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Pipeline Induction Heat welcomes 3 apprentices onto its award-winning apprenticeship scheme

Burnley-Based Pipeline Induction Heat (PIH) has welcomed three new apprentices to the team.

Project Support Engineer apprentice, Brandon Bennett and Electromechanical apprentices, Daniel Fielden and Mckenzie Hawcroft-Hurst are based at the company’s UK headquarters in Burnley while studying for their qualifications at Burnley College.

They join a further 13 current and former apprentices who are performing well across the company, which won the ‘Apprenticeship Scheme of the Year 2019’ award at the Burnley Business Awards.

Said PIH MD, Paul McShane: “We are delighted to welcome Brandon, Daniel and Mckenzie to the team. We are incredibly proud of our apprenticeship scheme which aims to provide our apprentices with real, hands-on experience whilst studying for their qualification. We invest heavily on appropriate training and experiences to ensure every member on the programme is equipped with the skills they require to build a successful career in a challenging industry.

“Since its inception and with support from Burnley College, our apprenticeship program has created a conveyor of talented individuals who make a real positive impact on our business daily and across the globe and I have no doubt our latest recruits have that same future potential”