British Engineering
Manufacturers Association

British Engineering Manufacturers Association

 

Welcome

Welcome to the BEMA website.

As a well established trade association we feel that not only should our members be informed but the world at large should have the opportunity to see what is happening in the industry that we support. The vast majority of this site is open to the public for information that not only helps the employer but also the employee. Please feel free to use the contact area to inform us of any ideas that can help to improve this site.

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 Ben Carter from McBraida PLC receiving his award

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Ben Carter from McBraida PLC receiving his level 3 Advanced engineering apprenticeship certificate from the company engineering Training Manager Bryan Young. Ben has completed his apprenticeship qualification in Engineering technical Support, and has also completed an HNC and HND manufacturing qualification at Bath College, he is currently working in the CNC section at Macbraida as well as working on setting training projects for the company. Well done Ben keep up the good work and the studying.

 

Connor Lingard of Nylaplas recieving his award 

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A happy Connor Lingard who works for Nylaplas based in Nailsea Bristol, receiving his level 2 Functional skills Information and Communication Certificate.

Robert Brzezinski of Stone Hardy receiving his award

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Robert Brzezinski of Stone Hardy  receiving his Level 2 Engineering  Maintenance  apprenticeship certificate from Kane Decieco Location Manager at the Bristol Branch. Robert completed his apprenticeship with BEMA, and has secured employment in the workshop at Avonmouth. Stone Hardy specialises in the service and repair of tail lifts and shutters for commercial and passenger vehicles. On behalf of BEMA we congratulate Robert on his achievement.

Dan Davies of Scott Aerospace receiving his award

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Dan Davies of Scott Aerospace receiving his level 3 Extended Diploma and his level 3 Advanced Manufacturing apprenticeship certificate from, on Dans left, Chris Patterson Scott aerospace Engineering Director and on Dans right Scott Aerospace CEO Martin Scott. Dan completed his apprenticeship with BEMA, and has secured employment on the CNC mill section in Scott Aerospace, he is also studying for a Level 4 HNC at Bath College to help with his future career in Engineering well done Dan, regards from all at BEMA.

Sam Doe of Seetru receiving an award.

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Sam Doe from SEETRU receiving his level 3 Engineering manufacturing apprenticeship certificate from SEETRU training manager Simon Treherne, Sam was one of the first level 3 apprentices who attended the BEMA engineering Training centre, completing his level 2 PEO practical qualification, he also completed a level 3 Btec award, and level 3 extended Diploma in Mechanical manufacturing Engineering in the workplace and has worked hard  to become a valued member of the SEETRU engineering team

Well done Sam from all the staff at BEMA