Supporting women in engineering
A second year apprentice training with the Coventry based Lloyds Bank Advanced Manufacturing Training Centre has been named as one of the top 50 women in engineering in the UK.
Melissa Chigubu aged 19, has been given the accolade by the Women's Engineering Society at a ceremony at the Royal Academy of Engineering. The award was founded by the Women's Engineering Society in 2016.
It aims to address the skills shortage in engineering and highlight the discrepancy between men and women entering engineering and manufacturing.