The last time you met Harry, he was well into his Electrical and Electronics Engineering apprenticeship with us. He was being well supported by his colleagues to service our vending machines to the high standard our customers expect. You can read more about that here.
Three months down the line, we speak to Harry again for an update. He details how he continued to provide valuable experience as he travels from site to site experiencing different environments.
1. How are you finding your apprenticeship so far?
I have learned a lot and have also gained a lot of experience working with our machines. As we travel from site to site, it means I have done a lot of travelling throughout the West Midlands and even the rest of the UK.
This has helped me to understand how our vending machines differ for specific environments, and has given me more experience into how they function for our customers.
2. What has been the most interesting area you have covered so far?
I have always had an interest in the electrical maintenance side of things so it would definitely be the electrical repairs in the workshop.
3. Have you continued to receive support and guidance from Coinadrink Limited?
Yes, Coinadrink have been very supportive at the beginning and all the way through to when we are coming to the end of the apprenticeship. There is always someone to help when I may need.
We are always looking to invest in our team’s potential, and we are very proud to have Harry on board with us as a valuable team member.
Head back tomorrow when we’ll have our final apprenticeship update of the week, from our Sales apprentice Sam Wheeler. Meanwhile, why not learn more about our other apprentices; Alistair Ward, Julie Jones and Simran Salan?
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