WMG celebrated Max Raybone finishing his apprenticeship this morning with the rest of the WMG Technical Services Team.
Max has now completed a four year engineering apprenticeship, gaining his NVQ level 3 and HNC. He is now studying for his HND.
Max is now employed by the Advanced Composites Research team at WMG as A Mechanical Technician. A huge congratulations from the Technicians Commitment Steering Group.
The next quarterly newsletter for Warwick Technicians is available to view today. The quarterly newsletter aims to provide information on all matter relating to the Technicians commitment and other relevant matters affecting Technicians around campus. If you wish to receive the newsletter, please sign up on the TechNet website, alternatively the link below will bring up a copy for you:
We are excited to launch the on-line skills directory with the aim to increase inter-departmental technician collaboration and mentorship and we need your help to populate the database!
The aim of the directory is to capture the skills and experience held by our Technicians, not only from their current job but also relevant skills from a previous role or hobby, external to the University. The information would be held in a central database to provide information on who to contact for those individuals wishing to network, obtain advice and guidance or select a mentor with the aim of developing current skills or obtaining information on potential new areas of work. The database could also assist with filling skill gaps across departments, where needed, or even at local Universities (Midlands Innovation Network) where there may be skills shortages or a development opportunity. In each case, we would ask your permission to be put into contact before any introductions.
We need your help to build a critical mass of data on the skills available across Warwick and would appreciate if you are able to take the time to fill in this Online Skills Questionnaire.