Former Engineering student wins National Apprentice Award

Tatiana Peters, a former Engineering student and Apprentice at Oaklands College was recognised with a prestigious award this week and vowed to continue in her efforts to put an end to stereotypes within Engineering.

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LONDON — Tatiana Peters, a former Engineering student and Apprentice at Oaklands College was recognised with a prestigious award this week and vowed to continue in her efforts to put an end to stereotypes within Engineering. 

Tatiana Peters, who studied at Oaklands College as an Engineering Apprentice with Stevenage-based missile systems company MBDA, was awarded The Royal Navy Award for Advanced Apprentice of the Year at the National Apprenticeship Awards 2019.

Tatiana joined Oaklands College in 2013, where she went on to complete an Extended Diploma, followed by an intermediate and advanced apprenticeship with HND in February 2019.

Oaklands College work with a number of specialist industry placements to ensure that apprentices are given the best opportunities to develop their skills in their relevant industry of study and works closely with the likes of MBDA, Coca-Cola, Virgin Trains, My Mustard and more.

If you are interested in following in Tatiana’s footsteps, you can discover more about our Apprenticeship programmes here.