Supporting Morgan Sindall’s supply chain workshops for the the future generation

Throughout June, ETS Cable Components were delighted to be able to help and support Morgan Sindall Infrastructure with their community engagement program at Cockermouth School in Cumbria.

Morgan Sindall hosted a series of supply chain workshops at the school, along with the help of Steve Clement, from ETS, Gemma Jackson from MITIE and Rachel Young from Sellafield.

The supply chain workshop series helped pupils to gain a better understanding of supply chains and the job opportunities within them. During these sessions, individuals representing companies from Morgan Sindall’s supply chain were invited to speak to the students to tell them about their company’s role on some of the large infrastructure projects, with the aim being to help pupils understand the different jobs and career prospects that could be available to them once they leave full time education.

ETS are committed to contributing to a sustainable future for all and will be supporting other community engagement initiatives throughout the year via our regional offices.