The recent positive signs of economic growth are being demonstrated by Cressex based firm EIS-Axon. The firm has moved to larger premises in Stirling Road as a result of a healthy order book with national blue-chip clients generating demand for the electrical engineering control solution products manufactured in High Wycombe. This demand has led to Directors Paul Kelley & Ken Clarke employing a new Apprentice – Harry Weald. Harry recently finished initial Apprenticeship training with ATG Training in Aylesbury in December, and having impressed his training officers, he won an award for his work. This was recognised with a presentation at the offices of EIS-Axon when Chief Executive of ATG Training – Ian Harper presented the award to Harry in front of the assembled workforce. Harry is an ambitious young man and is already manufacturing products under supervision for the new Nestle plant in Tutbury near Burton on Trent. He is already thinking ahead to study for an HNC once he has the first year of his Apprenticeship training programme is complete.
Pictured: Ian Harper CEO ATG Training – left, presenting Apprentice Award to Harry Weald EIS-Axon