Skills.trainer and assessor Emma Reynolds, 25, was voted runner-up in the
Young Woman Engineer of the Year 2002 competition run by the Institution of
A former aircraft engineering apprentice, she works for Exchanging, the
personnel and training arm of BAE Systems at Warton, Lancashire.
"Training is totally rewarding and I really enjoy it" says
Reynolds, who is working towards an EAL assessor qualification, while studying
for a degree in design and manufacturing. "The way I see it is that I’m
engineering new engineers, helping them to move forward."
Reynolds is the only female member of the team which manages apprentice
training at the centre approved by EMTA Awards Ltd (EAL) to deliver engineering