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 Ben Townsend has won the prestigious EEF South West apprentice of the year award.


BEMA is pleased to announce that Ben Townsend from Advanced Insulation Systems Limited of Gloucester has won the prestigious EEF South West apprentice of the year award.
Ben recently completed his foundation training in the BEMA centre and excelled in his training which culminated in being awarded the BEMA apprentice of the year 2016/2017.
Ben now takes part in the next stage of the awards by representing the South West in the national competition against all other regional winners.
Well done Ben and well done Advanced Insulation Systems Limited.


More Good News


This is Zak Shelford, and Andrew Bailey who both work for A.I.M. Engineering in Clevedon receiving their level 3 apprenticeship certificates from A.I.M Engineering Director Rob Kendall and BEMA Training Officer Rich Walker
Zak completed level 3 Extended Diploma in Engineering Technical Support, following the Quality Pathway, and Andrew level 3 Mechanical Manufacturing Engineering CNC Pathway.
Rob Kendall said ”We are really pleased with the services and support offered by BEMA , and both the lads are really valued in the team at A.I.M, Zak is working in the inspection team, and Andrew working in the CNC machining centre.

Steven Harrington of SEETRU receiving his level 3 extended diploma and level 3 apprenticeship certificates from SEETRU training manager Simon Treherne. Steven completed his apprenticeship with BEMA at SEETRU, and is now working in the CNC turning section well done Steven, well done SEETRU.

Dan Hayward who is working for CAM Equipment based in Radstock receiving his level 2 mechanical manufacturing engineering certificate from BEMA training officer Rich Walker, Dan is working in the fitting assembly area of Cam and is becoming a valued member of the team. Well done Dan and well done CAM Equipment.