10th January 2005
PLASTICS PLACEMENT GETS GRADUATE IN THE KNOW
Forrester (26) from Penn in
The scheme encourages graduates to take on roles within small companies and businesses which provide hands-on experience in their field of work and interest.
It forms great experience for the graduate and also provides companies with access to a range of academic expertise.
The scheme incorporates the graduate, the business and the university together and is government-subsidised to improve the potential quality of small local businesses.
Jason was employed
by the university to work at Powell Plastics, an injection moulding company in
“In terms of experience and exposure, the KTP scheme thrusts you at the forefront of knowledge in running and working in an industrial company, and works as a fast-track management programme,” said Jason.
“I have gained valuable experience in the background and admin side of working in a business and there is literally no other career move that could supply me with the knowledge and understanding that I have gained on the scheme.”
“Jason has enormous potential and he’s certainly given himself a real hike up the career ladder,” added Geoff Matthews, lecturer in Museum and Exhibition Design at the Lincoln School of Architecture and Mr Forrester’s KTP supervisor.
For more information on the KTP graduate scheme, contact Sally Cuthbert on (01522) 886970 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Matt Cross, Assistant Press Officer
(01522) 886625 email@example.com