A group of Leonardo's young engineers, made up of apprentices and graduates, has had the rare opportunity to enjoy a flight in a Royal Navy AW159 Wildcat, in recognition of their outstanding work on their training programme within the company's helicopter division.
A team of Bristol apprentices working at Leonardo has exceeded the expectations of experts working in their business, by creating a robust Disaster Recovery System, to help businesses recover more quickly from these types of IT attacks, hacks and cyber-crimes.
A team of apprentices, led by recent graduates working at Leonardo in Yeovil, has brought its innovative vision of customer training to life, by refitting a Lynx helicopter training tool to transform it into the very latest AW159 model, allowing the company to offer an even more realistic virtual training experience to its customers around the world.
In the run up to National Apprenticeship Week, Luton apprentices have applied a high degree of ingenuity in the creation of a new recruitment application which they have developed to help young people navigate career opportunities at Leonardo.
The innovative use of sensor technology by apprentices at Leonardo's Edinburgh site is helping students attending Edinburgh's Royal Blind School.
Sophie Caffrey was named Apprentice of the Year at the 2018 FDM Everywoman in Technology Awards in February, in recognition of her outreach work undertaken as a STEM Ambassador.
A group of Edinburgh apprentices has injected a new approach to Leonardo's work experience programme in Scotland, giving students active roles during their time with the company.
A group of Leonardo apprentices played a positive role when the company hosted an important NATO Electronic Warfare (EW) Symposium on behalf of the UK Ministry of Defence.
Leonardo apprentice acknowledged for engineering achievements as IET Young Woman Engineer of the Year finalistSophie Caffrey, an electronics technical apprentice at Leonardo, was last night acknowledged for her engineering achievements as one of six finalists in the 2017 IET Young Woman Engineer of the Year Awards.
Lisa Daniel was named Apprentice of the Year (Level 4 and above) at last night's 2017 Scottish Apprenticeship Awards in November, in recognition of her exceptional levels of commitment and maturity demonstrated in her approach to her work in the Quality Assurance (QA) department at the Edinburgh site.