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Halifax Fan employs new apprentice.

As part of our ongoing improvement policy Halifax have newly appointed a trainee sheet-metal worker onto our company apprentice scheme.

Ben was selected from a class of apprentices at Kirklees college in Huddersfield. He will continue his training on a day release at Kirklees College for a total of four years where he will become a skilled fabricator holding amongst other qualifications a City & Guilds level 3 in fabrication and welding.

Malcolm Staff - Managing Director: After the past year of recession we are very pleased to be in a position to take on a new apprentice, this will continue to ensure that the level of skilled staff in Halifax Fan is further developed so that we can continue to offer our customers a first class quality product.

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