Caterpillar Peterborough Apprentices were recently welcomed into their positions with a team-building and volunteer day at the Railworld Wildlife Haven.
The opportunity gave each apprentice a taste of how Caterpillar values translate beyond the workplace. Apprentices from a wide variety of departments such as quality, engineering, research & development, design, finance and many others all worked together as one united team to get the job done – putting Caterpillar’s values of Teamwork and Commitment to the test. Both first-year and second-year apprentices were in attendance ultimately completing several projects – with a goal to prepare the site for the Queen’s Award event.
The team’s many achievements included the construction of a new suspended wooden walkway, the installation of a crankshaft and restoration and painting of a Victorian-era hand drill. They also performed maintenance across the entire site, making a huge improvement to the visitor experience.
Caterpillar recognizes the importance of apprenticeships and our industry-recognized schemes are a prime example of our commitment to developing people.
If you or someone you know is interested in enrolling in an apprenticeship with Caterpillar, please visit www.caterpillar.com/peterboroughapprenticeships to find out more.
About the Railworld
The Railworld is a habitat for local wildlife that has been managed and nurtured by dedicated volunteers of all ages, with ponds, waterfalls, nature trails and wonderful places to view and picnic. This year, on 11th September, the site was recognized with the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service.
A self-funded registered charity, it’s there for all to see just what can be achieved when volunteers, companies, groups and individuals work together for a common cause – our environment, that we all share.
For more information on Railworld, visit https://www.railworld.org.uk/