FiFab visits Lochgelly High School Careers Fayre
FiFab is one of the UK’s foremost precision sheet metal component sub-contractors and has a long history of supporting apprentices and employability initiatives to nurture the development of young talent in the region.
With strong links to Developing the Young Workforce (DYW) Fife and a commitment to improving and developing Fife’s offering to young people through its business community, FiFab works closely with local schools to help develop a pipeline of talent in Fife.
On Thursday 30th November, Hannah Reid represented FiFab at the Lochgelly High School Careers Fayre. Hannah was a student at Lochgelly High School before coming to FiFab so she was able to demonstrate the path she took and why she chose a career in engineering.
Hannah first came to FiFab on our Foundation Apprenticeship (FA) whilst still at school. The FA involved spending three weeks working at FiFab to build on her skills and experience. Following successful completion of her FA, Hannah started working at FiFab as soon as she left school, initially joining the team in the Inspection Department, before starting her apprenticeship. Since completing her apprenticeship, Hannah has become the first female Production Engineer at FiFab and looking forward to a long and happy career with us. Hannah’s journey to becoming the first female Production Engineer at FiFab is a great example to the young females at Lochgelly High School in encouraging more women into the industry.
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