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The Luke Wheaton Legacy Trust Apprenticeship Careers Open Evening

24 January 2024 16:00 – 19:00


Weston College, in partnership with the Luke Wheaton Legacy Trust, will be holding an event for learners and parents to explore apprenticeship possibilities within the Engineering industry.

Luke Wheaton sadly lost his life in the tragic Avonmouth accident in 2020, whilst completing an apprenticeship. The Luke Wheaton Legacy Trust was set up by his parents and brother to celebrate his memory, and aims to support and encourage young people on their journey through life, through furthering their education outside the classroom, and developing skills.

Taking place at the North Bristol Rugby Football Club, this event will give you the opportunity to talk through your potential career pathway with our award-winning Apprenticeship and Careers team, alongside many employers who can offer industry expert advice, and present opportunities for working with them.

What employers can I see?

  • Rotamec
  • Babcock
  • GKN Aerospace
  • Wessex Water
  • Viper Innovations
  • Oxford Instruments
  • Belcan
  • And more...


24 January 2024
16:00 – 19:00


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