Taylor’s training success

July 29, 2015 9:41 am

Taylor’s investment in staff training throughout their Group has brought 3 major success stories so far this year.

Their Vehicle Maintenance Division in Kirkby-in-Ashfield employ 17 year old James Wardle as a mechanic, and has just been awarded the title of Young Apprentice of the Year by Remit and Chesterfield College. James has become a real asset to Taylors, again proving how investment in an Apprentice Scheme can result in success for both the apprentice and our business.

Mark Taylor, son of Alan Taylor, Managing Director has also passed AITT training courses for Counterbalance and Reach equipment and is now a qualified Instructor/Examiner. This achievement will allow Mark to pass on his knowledge and skills to other employees ensuring the code of professional conduct is upheld.

David Cohen has this month successfully completed the Driver CPC Train the Trainer Course and holds his first CPC Course from the 4th – 8th August at Taylors Transport HQ, Huthwaite NG17 6AF.

For further information or bookings, please call 01623 759595 extension 103 or visit Taylor’s site.

Check our case study on how Taylor’s are rising to meet the challenge of skills and training in the logistics & distribution sector and explain how being located in Ashfield and Mansfield has led to their company’s rapid and successful expansion.

Categorised in: , ,


 
 
 
 

Subscribe to our newsletter

Sign up to receive useful facts and information on finance and grants, business, property and skills (* indicates required field)

 

 

News

Upcoming Events

17.10.17

DGP: Planning an effective website

FREE all-day event with expert speakers. Confidently plan and develop a website that more than meets your business objectives and customer focus.

18.10.17

Insight breakfast: Crowdfunding

Free insight 2 hour sessions, delivered by business experts. Running monthly from 8-10am with the opportunity for breakfast and networking from 7.30am.

18.10.17

NCC: FREE twilight rural funding event

Find out how to access up to £170K in grants for your rural business. Includes opportunity for one-to-one sessions and networking. Plumtree, 4:45-7pm. Other FREE events available across Nottinghamshire.

See More >

 

 
Menu