Apprentices all get work

Naljets apprentices Beth Winter, Andrew Barnett and Steph Parkin with managing director Craig McLeod.
Naljets apprentices Beth Winter, Andrew Barnett and Steph Parkin with managing director Craig McLeod.

A county aircraft management company has propelled four of its apprentices into full time positions.

Naljets, based in Annitsford, provides aircraft management services to businesses and private jet owners, as well as charter sales services for customers looking to travel on aircraft ranging from small regional airplanes to large business jets.

Steph Parkin, Mathew Huddard, Beth Winter and Andrew Barnett, all began their apprenticeships with Naljets.

Sue Gregg from Naljets said: “We have been incredibly impressed with the quality of apprentices that have come to us through Newcastle City Learning since the start of our relationship with the organisation.”

“We are pleased to be able to support talented young people in the region, and have seen first-hand the benefits of investing in their professional development. In future, we plan to continue utilising the pool of apprentices available as our company continues to grow.”