Space Engineering Services launches intensive apprenticeship scheme

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Published: 06 December 2017


Space Engineering Services has launched an intensive apprenticeship scheme to attract new talent into the air conditioning and refrigeration industry.

It aims to bring individuals into the engineering sector through a programme of accelerated learning and skill development in commercial refrigeration.
The scheme, which has been developed in partnership with leading training provider Cool Concerns, will enable apprentices to develop high level skills and expertise in mechanical and electrical engineering practices. They will receive hands-on experience plus support from mentors, college tutors and experienced engineers.

Mark Woods, Joint Managing Director at Space Engineering Services, said: "We recognise the vital importance of attracting new talent to the refrigeration and air conditioning industry. Engineering is such a diverse sector with fantastic career opportunities, so we’re really pleased to be able to launch this apprenticeship scheme. Our apprentices get the best of both worlds – on the job experience, technical skills and knowledge, and a wage whilst they work towards an industry-recognised qualification."


  At the end of the programme, apprentices will have:
  • A recognised qualification as a refrigeration engineer
  • 6 to 12 months hands-on experience at Space Engineering Services
  • Job security with excellent future employment prospects

Closing date for applications is 7 January. For more information and how to apply, visit the Space Engineering website