Philip Briscoe was delighted to represent European Circuits at the St Peter the Apostle High School careers fair 2016.

Alongside the likes of Strathclyde University, Tell Organisation, BAE Systems, Radio Clyde and West College Scotland, Philip set up a stand and fielded questions from an inquisitive group of students.

The night proved to be a success with many pupils gaining their first experience of Printed Circuit Boards. Taking time to explain how pivotal PCBs are in the products we own and describing how we make PCBs’ here at ECL, Philip noticed the increasing capture of the pupil’s imagination. He was particularly pleased at the student’s reaction when he informed them that a local company, on their doorstep of West Dunbartonshire, is involved in the manufacture, assembly and build of said cutting edge technology.

Following the visit Philip commented “European Circuits believe in the community of West Dunbartonshire, be it supporting local education, being environmentally aware by reducing pollution or providing job opportunities for community members, we believe it is only right that we play our part in the continual improvement of the region”.