Ellis at a STEM day
Analox attended three events during September and October to help local children of various ages determine whether a career in the manufacturing industry is the right career for them.
Members of the Analox team attended a STEM day in September in order to show young children what a career in engineering could be like.
The day took place at Inspire 2 Learn, an education centre in Eston, Middlesbrough and took place in order to help children consider a career in science, technology, engineering and maths. Three local schools took part in the day.
The Analox team explained what a gas was, what gases were used for, and about the gas detection monitors they made, all through a range of fun activities.
Ian Farrell, Director of Projects said: “You’re never too young to discover how engineering and technology impacts the world around you, and we hope that the day has inspired some of the kids to consider a career in STEM when they’re older.”
Nicky, Jack and Chris at Laurence Jackson school
Analox attended a careers convention evening at Laurence Jackson school in Guisborough in October.
The evening was open to Year 9 and 11 students and was attended by 30 training providers, colleges and local businesses.
Analox currently employ two apprentices, with another apprentice who has successfully completed their training and has stayed on with the company in a permanent role.
Analox has previously attended career evenings at Stokesley school.
Alan and Tom at Engineering Careers
Analox attended an Engineering Careers evening at Nunthorpe Academy in Nunthorpe in October.
Organised by local robotics company Labman, the event encouraged students to consider a career in engineering, with colleges, universities and other local businesses in attendance. This was the second year the event took place.
Julie Cole, HR Manager said about both careers evenings: “We were really pleased to be invited to two prolific events being held in local schools. We got a lot of positive feedback from students and we hope that students consider technology and engineering as a future career path."