How did you get into the plastics industry? My Dad works at my current workplace. As I was working a part-time job, he told me to apply. After applying for 3 jobs, I got a job as a general hand. I then got offered an apprenticeship. What was your very first role and where are
Completing his apprenticeship in early 2019, Josh was one of the first apprentices in the country to achieve both a Science Manufacturing Technician apprenticeship standard, as well as a Diploma in Polymer Processing. S4P has reached out to Josh to see what his thoughts were on the apprenticeship and how life has been since completing.
Apprentice Spotlight – Kamil Ostrowski, Polypipe Completing his apprenticeship in early 2019, Kamil was one of the first apprentices in the country to achieve both a Science Manufacturing Technician apprenticeship standard, as well as a Diploma in Polymer Processing. S4P has reached out to the Quality Controller to see what his thoughts were on the
A few people over the years have asked how I came up with the name ‘Solutions 4 Polymers’, well here goes… Many, many years ago, sometime in the early ’90s, I was working in a company where the maintenance engineer appeared in the office of the Manager where I happened to be sat to report
Yesterday was the beginning of a new chapter. Not only did S4PL celebrate its ten year anniversary, but we also bid farewell to a colleague who has been with us since the beginning. Kerrie Stevens, at our partner provider – The College of West Anglia, completed her final day in the office and now prepares
May 15th represents a very special day in the S4PL calendar as it marks our 10 year anniversary! When I launched the business back in 2009 I had no idea I would still be doing this a whole decade later. My employer at the time was shutting its door and I was completely left
Following the successful launch of the Diploma in Polymer Processing qualification, which forms the technical element of the Level 3 Science Manufacturing Technician apprenticeship, Solutions 4 Polymers are pleased to announce that a collaborative agreement has been made with Blow It All, to service the Blow Moulding sector and to combat the increasing generation gap.
Following the launch of the new Diploma in Polymer Processing Level 3 qualification at the last Interplas exhibition, Solutions 4 Polymers in association with the College of West Anglia have been progressing registrations from polymer employers around the UK. We are pleased with the positive feedback on the structure of the qualification and its delivery
We would like to wish all of our customers a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New year and look forward to working with you again in 2018. We chose this year to not send any cards but instead have made a donation to Birmingham Children’s Hospital to assist in bringing a smile to these
Responding to global market needs, the College of West Anglia have launched the PIABC Level 3 Diploma in Polymer Processing qualification. The new regulated qualification, created by Solutions 4 Polymers (S4PL) and PIABC Limited (the awarding body of the Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining) will provide a skilled technical workforce for the polymer processing