Kyle spends one day a week studying at University and is on course to be graduating in Embedded Systems Design & Development Engineering next year.
The end of January will mark four years since Kyle joined Elcometer as R&D Test and Support Engineer. Prior to joining the company, Kyle served in the Royal Navy where he gained his Level 4 engineering qualifications but had always aspired to further develop his practical and theoretical knowledge of Electronic Engineering.
His position at Elcometer has allowed him to do just that as he has been able to work towards his Level 6 Degree Apprenticeship in Embedded Systems Design and Development Engineering whilst developing his practical experience as a key member of the Elcometer R&D Team.
Kyle spends one day a week studying at University and is on course to be graduating from the four-year course next year. Earlier this year, Kyle was rewarded for his hard work, being promoted to his new role as an Embedded Software Engineer
where he will be maintaining and developing new code for Elcometer’s wide range of new and existing inspection equipment.
Kyle said "It is thanks to the support provided by Elcometer, both with my university studies and within the office that I have now achieved my new job role. I am looking forward to taking on new responsibilities and challenges to further my career here at Elcometer".
“Kyle is hard-working, methodical and his drive to understand & resolve issues on Project Wakefield is an asset to the team and to the business." Product Development Manager, Simon Coulton stated. "Throughout his role both as Test Engineer and his apprenticeship, Kyle has demonstrated an affinity for software programming which has resulted in his promotion. He is an asset to the team.”