Jack Chapman has been awarded Outstanding Apprentice of the Year for engineering.
Jack Chapman has been awarded Outstanding Apprentice of the Year for engineering.

Jack Chapman, an embedded electronic engineering apprentice at Renishaw, has been awarded Outstanding Apprentice of the Year for engineering, manufacturing, energy and electrical.

Chapman was recognized for his dedication to his course, his work at Renishaw and his mentorship of other apprentices, the company said.

‘Jack has worked diligently and resourcefully on various projects, demonstrating his determination and quickly showing his ability to understand both the tasks and demands from the business,’ said Pete Leonard, electronic design manager at Renishaw. ‘He has been instrumental in enhancing the degree apprenticeship scheme, attending stakeholder meetings and working on STEM activities. Jack has also passed his last three years at university with strong results and has had very good feedback regarding his performance from his placements, reflected in both his enthusiasm and his records of development.’

Renishaw offers a range of apprenticeship programs in engineering, manufacturing, software, IT and embedded electronics engineering.

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