Friday, November 27, 2015

News: Reflex apprentice gets to work at college


Reflex Systems, the Rotherham-based integrated fire and security systems specialist, is investing in its future talent with an apprenticeship scheme.

The growing Hellaby firm provides a full project management service from consultancy and design services through to supplying products from providers of security and building management.

Apprentices work with a full spectrum of advanced security and safety technology, combining field experience with structured learning, including college and manufacturers' courses, in order to build solid proficiencies and high levels of competence.

Having already decided on a career in electrical and electronic engineering, Chloe Miller joined the Reflex Apprenticeship Scheme during the summer of 2015. She has spent the past two months further developing her skills and knowledge whilst working with the Installation and Commissioning teams on the new £21m Sixth Form and Construction College in the Centre of Barnsley.

Working under the guidance of the Fire Projects team and lead engineer, Chloe was given the opportunity to contribute effectively towards the successful completion and testing of site-wide fire safety systems, designed and engineered by Reflex across the two college sites. She has received glowing praise from engineering colleagues for the standard of her work on this new-build education project.

Chloe Miller, apprentice at Reflex Systems, said: "It's been brilliant putting all the theory I've been learning into practice. I've really enjoyed working on such an interesting project and knowing that my work will be a vital part of the college's staff and students' safety when it opens."

Reflex, whose previous projects include work at the 2012 Olympic Park, Leeds Arena and various hotels, is also looking to take on more graduates as part of its continued investment in new industry talent.

Reflex Systems website

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