Local MP for Denton and Reddish, Andrew Gwynne has this week welcomed local apprentices to the House of Commons
Gwynne joined South Reddish local, Sam Ireland, who had recently completed a four-year advanced apprenticeship with ADS.
The event, which included apprentices from across the country, was held in in the House of Commons this week to celebrate the 11,000 apprenticeships provided by the UK’s Aerospace, Defence, Security and Space industries.
They were amongst 100 apprentices from some of Britain’s leading aerospace, defence, security and space companies who attended the ADS Parliamentary Reception.
Organised by the trade organisation ADS Group, and sponsored by UTC Aerospace Systems, the event recognised the valuable contribution apprentices make to our important, high-skill manufacturing industries, and highlighted the world-leading technologies that many of the apprentices are working to develop.
Gwynne pictured with Dick Martin (left), Cheif Executive of MSM Aerospace Fabricators, and Sam Ireland (centre), from South Reddish.
Andrew Gwynne said:
“I was delighted to welcome Sam from South Reddish to the House of Commons. The reception was an excellent opportunity to meet young people working towards highly-skilled and rewarding careers and to celebrate the huge talent working in these world-leading sectors.
“These apprentices are great ambassadors for our local area and the UK’s advanced manufacturing industries.”
Paul Everitt, Chief Executive of ADS Group, said:
“Apprentices represent the future for our industries, which is why providing an opportunity for them to celebrate their contribution with their MP is so important.
“The aerospace, defence, security and space industries invest in training in every part of the UK and I am delighted that this reception provides a chance to celebrate the achievements of those working hard at the start of their careers.”