Suzuki GB PLC’s motorcycle division proudly crowned ten new graduates recently at a ceremony held at The National Heritage Motor Museum in Gaydon, Warwickshire.
Marking the end of three years hard work, all ten graduates came from the Motorcycle Service Technicians course, where each student studied comprehensively, both at Suzuki’s purpose built training facility in Doncaster and within their respective dealerships too.
All ten Graduates received their Level Three Advanced Apprenticeship Award, with presentations made by Suzuki’s Director of Aftersales and Senior Director of Corporate Operations.
Yoshinobu Abe, Managing Director for Suzuki GB commented: “This is an occasion on which we can celebrate the excellent achievements of some of the younger members of that family, whose hard work and commitment are helping us build a strong future. The quality of the work of the teams in our servicing, repair and spare parts areas form a vital part of the customer care chain. 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.”
Graduates from Suzuki GB’s motorcycle dealer network included:
Jake Hooker – Single Tracker Motorcycles
Jamie Bowd – Wheels Motorcycles
Adam Dixon – Motorcycle Centre – Hereford
Adam Gittings – Road & Racing
Breandon Costello – Kings Two Wheel Centre
Dominic Mercer – Pro Bike
Steven Rogerson – Colin Appleyard – Keighley
Andrew Pemberton – Marriott Motorcycles
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