A BRADFORD business has taken on four new apprentices.

Christeyns - whose goal is to offer permanent roles to all apprentices who go through their scheme - manufacture and supply detergents and supporting chemicals for the UK laundry sector.

Isabel Hardwick has joined the firm as Apprentice Quality Control Technician following success in her A levels.

Izzy’s apprenticeship will last four years and incorporates working towards a BSc (Honours) in Chemistry at Bradford University.

Danny Clarke and Tom Grundell have both taken up two-year apprenticeships as HGV Drivers.

During this time, they will study to obtain an NVQ Level 2 in Supply Chain & Warehousing, as well as their LGV C+E (Class 1) Licences.

Last month, Bradley Jones took on the role of Business Administration Apprentice, after working for Christeyns on a temporary contract in the Powder Production department.

Bradley’s apprenticeship will run for two years and include studying for a Level 3 qualification in Business Administration.

The four new apprentices join Chemical Engineering apprentice Harry Coop, now in his second year of studying at Bradford University to achieve a BSc (Honours) in Chemistry, and Hena Arif, a QHSE Technician, who will study a Level 3 Health, Safety and Environmental qualification in 2022.