The latest crop of Suzuki young apprentices celebrated their graduation at The National Heritage Motor Museum recently, marking three years of hard work and training in gaining the well-respected industry qualification.
The 30-strong crop received their Level 3 Advanced Apprenticeship Award and were presented with their qualifications by Suzuki’s Director of Aftersales and Senior Director of Corporate Operations.
Improving performance through excellent training and education programmes is something Suzuki is no stranger too, as Managing Director of Suzuki GB, Yoshinobu Abe outlines:
“Maintaining high professional standards, ensuring work is of the best quality and responding to customer requirements in a prompt and efficient way are central to building customer trust and satisfaction.
“Developing the skills of our apprentices is an excellent way of strengthening our performance and staying true to our company vision and missions. It gives me great pleasure to be able to reward the achievements of so many young people.
“Their success is not only proof of the great talent at work in our Suzuki Dealers around the Country; it also provides them with a strong foundation on which to develop their careers for the future.”
It’s an ethos reflected here at T W White & Sons. We’re always striving to improve the service we provide to our customers, and in continuously training and monitoring our technicians we can ensure high quality workmanship, promptly and at a great price.
T W White & Sons staff member Ben Gregory was recently awarded Best Apprentice for first year participants in the Hyundai Apprenticeship Scheme annual awards.
The excellent standards set by Suzuki, Hyundai and Mazda, and T W White & Sons involvement in continually training and improving our staff – regardless of age and experience – proves our commitment to top quality service.