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Posted on August 6th, 2010

PROjEN Works In Partnership with Local Engineering College

Specialist Engineering Project Management company PROjEN, based in Preston Brook, Cheshire has recently formed a partnership with the Specialist Engineering College at Great Sankey Engineering High School. PROjEN initiated the relationship so that pupils at the college would have the opportunity to become directly involved in PROjEN’s business, with the intention of helping them in their future career in Engineering.

Over the last 2 months PROjEN have been successful in building networks by providing work experience, attending career days and helping with the diploma course for Engineering at the college. Great Sankey’s Engineering Director- Sue Harrison comments:

“We are extremely proud of the relationship we have built with PROjEN. The college are always looking to build new working relationships with local companies and are delighted with the help PROjEN have provided to pupils at the college. We are extremely grateful and look forward to receiving their ongoing support.”

Students Phil Davies and Ryan Wareing both attended PROjEN’s offices in Preston Brook where they become involved in the day to day running of the business, discovering more about PROjEN’s services and business improvement products. This included learning about Laser Scanning and gaining hands on experience of using the Laser Scanner.

The company also took part in an Employer Engagement Day at the school, which involved helping the students to explore various career paths and helping them to prepare their CV for employment. PROjEN’s Managing Director- Martin Seabrook comments:

“We are delighted we are now at a stage where we are able to offer our support to local schools and colleges in the area. PROjEN is committed to promoting sustainability in all its forms and our concern for promoting a broader sustainability agenda is integral to PROjEN’s professional activities and the management of the organisation”

PROjEN are extremely proud of their support for schools and the local community and will continue to work with local schools and businesses to support employment in the local area in future years to come.

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