MSE Hiller invests in apprentices at Markham Vale

21 November 2013

Environmental engineering company MSE Hiller have recently taken on a further four apprentices to train at their new premises at Markham Vale.
 
The apprentices who originate from local areas such as Grassmoor, Tupton, Mansfield and Matlock are all aged between 18 and 20 and will be attending courses in mechanical engineering, hydraulics, machining, CAD and welding. Working alongside our existing experienced workforce the apprentices will also receive on the job training in fitting, machining, welding and balancing. 

MSE Hiller who specialise in large scale process centrifuges which are used for water treatment have enjoyed a high degree of growth since relocating to the purpose built premises just off J29A of the M1 motorway at Markham Vale.
 
Workshop Manager, Alan Britland, commented, ‘We have a commitment to training and developing young people in our business. I am excited about working with these trainees, and about the opportunities they will have in the future. These young engineers will be the lifeblood of our future economic success and we are pleased to be playing our small part in increasing the skill levels in this locality’.