Four apprentices from Glasgow have been chosen to help Thales support Futures Day at the Farnborough Airshow on 18 July, an event helping to promote science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) among young people.
One of Thales UK’s senior female aerospace experts and leaders will be taking part in a Royal Aeronautical Society lecture and debate at Farnborough today to discuss the issue of diversity in the aviation industry.
A major joint initiative between the Government and industry has been launched at the Farnborough Air Show with the aim of securing a thriving UK defence sector and supporting security, growth and prosperity.
Thales has welcomed the news that the RAF’s Voyager aircraft has flown into Farnborough for the start of the show as the Ministry of Defence announced that all nine aircraft have now been delivered to the air force – to budget and on time.
Lilian Knight, a Basingstoke based Sensors Engineer with LAS UK, recently had the opportunity to meet Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal after attending the Women in Science and Engineering (WISE) Student Colloquium 2014 at the University of Huddersfield.
Christopher joined the Systems Engineering team as an Engineering Graduate for Air Operations, Systems and Services (AOS&S) in September 2013, and is based at our Templecombe site in Somerset. The GradMail team asked Christopher to give us an idea of his typical working day…