The unique support and clear pathways of our Early Careers Development Programme enable our early careers employees to bolster their knowledge, giving them a chance to learn first-hand from our in-house experts.  

Aaron’s “end goal is to be the best engineer, I believe Waldeck and Morson Group will help me get there.” 

We caught up with Aaron to hear more about his Early Careers Development Programme journey so far: 

Some of Aaron’s interview answers are summarised below: 

Hi Aaron! How did you get to where you are today?  

I originally started doing engineering in school when I was in year 10, I then moved to a proper engineering College which was based in STEM.  

I completed my GCSEs with them and then Sixth Form, studying triple engineering which then followed on to go to university studying Mechanical Engineering. Alongside that I was working on a construction site building air handling units and then finally landed a job with Waldeck.  

What is your end goal?  

The end goal is to be the best engineer I can be, and I do feel that Waldeck and Morson Group will help me get there, especially with the people that they have working for them. It will be a challenge, but with the support I have available through Waldeck and Morson I will be able to achieve that in the next 5 to 10 years. 

What tips would you give to others starting out in industry?  

It really is just a matter of picking up the phone and trying to speak to people, as many people as you can within the engineering industry. Speak to people and ask them how they are doing in their job, how you can develop as a person and an engineer to come into the role you want to.  

What made you want to join Waldeck / Morson?  

What drew me to Waldeck and Morson Group was the people. I managed to gather two week’s work experience when I was in Sixth Form with them and that was what really made me want to work for Waldeck. I love the people, the environment I am working in and I love everything about it.  

Aaron is also a keen table tennis player, find out more about Waldeck sponsoring Aaron for the 2023-24 season here >