MAN’s stars of the future recognised with awards14 October 2016
MAN Truck & Bus UK has celebrated the success of its apprentices at an awards ceremony at the National Motorcycle Museum in Solihull.
More than 200 apprentices and guests attended the annual awards event, which was co-hosted by England world cup legend Sir Geoff Hurst.
Paul O’Cain, head of UK service with MAN, told the audience that the company has had a record intake this year and 43 apprentices have completed their training.
“Apprenticeships are important for our future and all our trainees will be developing and extending their skills working across the range of MAN vehicles,” he said.
Winners included: Daniel Stuart of MAN Swindon (mechanical first-year apprentice); Harry James of HRVS Leicester (mechanical second- year apprentice); Dean Carter Pilgrim of Cordwallis Heathrow (mechanical third-year apprentice).
MAN Truck & Bus UK Ltd
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