Precision engineering solutions firm KMF Group has taken on five youngsters as the company continues its apprenticeship programme for the 10th year running. KMF Group invests in young people every year and, despite COVID-19, is not prepared to risk losing talent by changing its process now. The past decade has seen 100 apprentices come through the scheme, including 12 adult apprentices. This year, Shay Johnston, Aiden Sneyd, Oscar Evans, Kelly Palin and Kyle Marshall have joined the precision engineering business.
The apprentices will complete an engineering operating level 2 apprenticeship.
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