In January, a cohort of 6 trainee engineers joined McFT to embark on a 2 year development plan, during which time they will become fully trained as competent, professional engineers, able to meet the exacting standards required of a McFT engineer.
McFT are delighted to be featured as part of the Fleet Operators Recognition Scheme current advertising programme: the Art of Good Vanmanship.
Some of the young adults from Parkside made the journey from Aldershot to our head office in Maidenhead, to experience a day in the heart of our organisation. They had the opportunity to work alongside all of the departments and gain in-depth experience of working in a busy office.
McFT welcomed six new trainees on Monday 16th January - the first of two cohorts planned for this year. Ahead of them lies a couple of years of intensive training – mixing classroom with site experience – and mixing technical skills with soft skills – CQ anyone ? – along with commercial insights – from working safely to industry knowledge.
The office really looked in the Christmas Spirit with everyone wearing their best Christmas jumpers for Save the Children – Raising £32.89
We’ve found over the years that we can develop really good technicians – from absolute beginners.
One of our Senior Engineers, Chris Pyle, spends his spare time coaching Spelthorne Sports Football Club.
If you were at the Maidenhead United game this Saturday, you may have seen the McFT logo around.
McFarlane Telfer has been a dedicated friend of the Heart of England Forest since 2011.