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Mott MacDonald Bentley launches new early careers development programme

Mott MacDonald Bentley (MMB) has launched a new early careers development programme for apprentices and graduates.


The inaugural launch event, held at Aston University, Birmingham was attended by over 100 apprentices and graduates who have recently joined the business.


Delegates from the MMB early careers development programme standing outside Aston University, the location of the launch event.

The day - led by Lead Learning & Development Advisor Helen Bradford - began with an introduction to the scheme and included interactive icebreakers, presentations from directors Ian Bester and Nick Fawcett, team-based challenges and breakout rooms led by a number of colleagues subject experts in their field.


Speaking about the launch event, Helen said: "The day was one to remember. It was great seeing all our new starters under one roof and seeing the energy and enthusiasm everyone brought to the event - even if it meant going outside of their comfort zones.


"I’m really looking forward to seeing how our apprentices and graduates progress over the next 12 months and beyond."


The structured 12-month programme provides a framework for career development, through a series of in-person events and online skills training. The programme will enable colleagues to develop key personal and professional skills that will support their progression and provides clear career pathways for their chosen discipline, whether engineering, business support or commercial management – setting them on the path to a successful career within the business.


Sophie, graduate process engineer, said: "The event was great as I was presented with a clear route to progress within my role at MMB and given the platform to learn and develop within the business thanks to the wider early careers development network and the support of experienced colleagues throughout the business."


Investing in and supporting early career development has long been part of MMB's approach to attracting and nurturing talent to create a sustainable workforce for the future. The company invests over £1 million every year in the training and development of ourits people, supporting them to achieve their goals, reach their potential and build a successful career with the organisation.


Interested in building your career with MMB? Find all our current opportunities on the MMB careers website.


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