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Sizewell B’s new apprentices prepare to start their training

PUBLISHED: 06:50 21 April 2017 | UPDATED: 08:03 21 April 2017

New Sizewell B apprentices are preparing to launch into their training. Picture: EDF ENERGY

New Sizewell B apprentices are preparing to launch into their training. Picture: EDF ENERGY

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A group of new EDF Energy apprentices have taken their families to meet the Sizewell B station director and find out more about the next steps of their career.

The group of four and their parents got to look around the Sizewell B visitor centre and talk with the station director, Paul Morton, and his senior managers about the complex and hear more about the training ahead of them.

The new recruits for Sizewell B are Brandon Ayers, 20, from Benjamin Britten High School and Lowestoft College; Brer Cornish, 18, Bungay High and Lowestoft College; Suzanne Jones, 18, Northgate High and Suffolk New College; and Adele Jenner, 16, Hartismere School.

The group will officially join Sizewell B on August 25 before attending a team building course.

On September 5, they will travel to HMS Sultan to start studying, learning basic engineering skills in the first year, before specialising into their trade in the second year.

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