Celab takes education, staff development andtraining very seriously
We actively encourage our staff to further develop and improve their skill sets. We have a relationship with several local colleges and universities to help further develop our staff in their chosen fields. These include Basingstoke and Highbury Colleges and Southampton and Portsmouth Universities.
Our heads of engineering have an on-going relationship with several universities encouraging engineering under-graduates to take up internships with Celab
This enables students to experience what it feels like to work at a successful engineering and manufacturing company.
Future proofing our economy means having an ‘educated pipeline’ of young talent. At Celab we actively encourage young learners to choose STEM subjects (Science, Technology, Engineering, & Mathematics) – these young students and school children can be sure of having a stimulating and fulfilling career ahead of them. We also provide short term work experience to local school children and provide employment for interested students during their holiday periods.
NVQs, HnC & HND
We offer our staff a range of NVQ, HNC and HND qualifications. Currently we have several staff studying courses including – Store Management & Warehouse, Team Leadership, Business Administration, Customer Service, Electrical & Electronic Learners. NVQ Levels range from 2 – 4.
For our Engineering apprenticeship and learners we offer and support BTEC qualifications, from foundation to extended diplomas, while offering support progression and work experience in the workplace.
We actively support apprenticeships in the workplace. Any member of staff who is interested in starting an apprenticeship is encouraged to talk to the HR team. We currently support staff who have opted to take up an apprenticeship, which includes a day release criteria.
Internships are the life-blood for any business as they are the pipeline of future talent, enabling them to learn the basics of a business. We would encourage engineering graduates to think of Celab as their first choice of employer and get in touch.
If you are interested in seeking any vacancy, whether it’s an apprenticeship, NVQ or internship programme, we would encourage you to get in touch with HR who can discuss the best way forward for you.
Meet the Power School Teachers
Keith Harrison, Chief Electronics Engineer, is passionate about sharing his knowledge to engineering staff who share the same interest in electronics as he does.
About Power School
Celab launched Power School in 2015 and it proved to be an immediate success with staff. Power School is the perfect learning platform for employees who are starting their career in electronic engineering to learn the basics.
Murata Power Solutions (Celab) Limited is an equal opportunities employer and does not discriminate on the grounds of age, disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, gender identity, marriage, civil partnership, pregnancy, maternity, race (including colour and ethnic or national origins), religion or belief.