Electrical Apprentice Lewis Mitchell makes headlines as he flourishes in his role at Seqens, following steelworks closure.
Lewis was only 16 and straight out of school when he signed his apprenticeship contract with SSI in Redcar. The following day it was announced that the steelworks were to permanently close. However less than a week had passed and Seqens Custom Specialties – formerly Chemoxy – stepped in to offer Lewis an Electrical Apprenticeship with help from SSI Task Force funding.
Lewis is doing very well at Seqens and is now working towards a Higher National Certificate in Electrical Engineering – well done!
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