Tata Steel has recruited almost 100 people to invest in the future of steelwork making in the UK.
The jobs will be made up of apprentice training and graduate schemes from Llanwern and Trostre and Port Talbot to Shotton.
It means Tata Steel now has nearly 300 apprentices and more than 60 graduates in the UK.
It’s vital we invest in skills and new talent for the future as part of our development of a sustainable business.
Two graduates who have joined the company studied chemical engineering at Swansea University and recently started work in Port Talbot in a team which is looking for further cost savings in steelmaking and gaining more value from waste products.
I applied for the graduate scheme off the back of my positive experience in Llanwern – I spent a year there working part-time on projects around the galvanising line.
I wanted to work for Tata Steel because there’s so much going on in the company – it’s real engineering.
A total of 60 new apprentices and 28 new graduates have joined the company and are taking up roles across all of Tata Steel’s sites in the UK.