Lewis Wilde Apprentice Engineer
“You’re not expected to know everything, you’re actually in the workplace being taught how to do it and eventually, I’ll be able to do it myself!”Lewis Wilde
One chance conversation led Lewis to a seriously exciting apprenticeship in engineering
Studying for A-levels isn’t everyone’s cup of tea and for Lewis Wilde, taking on an apprenticeship instead was “definitely the best decision” he ever made.
Thanks to a chance meeting with the owner of Island RIBs, an Isle of Wight marine engineering company, and with the support of the Lloyd’s Register Foundation and the Worshipful Company of Shipwrights, he’s now in a full-time boatbuilding apprenticeship.
You can learn more about the Shipwrights’ Apprenticeship Scheme via our “Engineering Scholarships and Apprenticeships” resource page.
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