Integrity Print is planning for the future by taking on two new apprentices – its first for at least ten years. Cayman Hall and Harvey Bruton joined the company last month as plant maintenance apprentices and will begin their studies at Wiltshire College in September.
The two teenagers will study both electrical and mechanical engineering, giving them the expertise to work across all Integrity’s production lines, from food packaging technology to hi-tech integrated label and office mail printing. Both will report to engineering manager Graham Book.
17 year old Cayman lives in Chilcompton and studied at Norton Hill School and Bath College. 18 year old Harvey lives in Bradford-on Avon and has already studied at Wiltshire College after taking his GCSEs at St Lawrence Academy.
Graham Book said:
Integrity operates seventy production lines and it’s vital that we invest in the next generation of engineers to keep our manufacturing business running efficiently. We are constantly looking to improve our manufacturing processes and rely on our engineering team to drive productivity and develop innovative solutions. Running an apprenticeship scheme in our centenary year is very exciting and will add strength, youth and new ideas to take our experienced maintenance department to the next level.