Apprentices Honoured At The FeRFA Awards Dinner
At the FeRFA Awards Dinner at the Belfry Hotel this month our apprentices took to the stage to receive their NVQ Level 2 Diplomas, FeRFA certificates and ID badges from Terry Foxley, the FeRFA trainer.
The two year scheme involves a great commitment from both the employer and apprentice trainee, and celebrating this achievement is the highlight of the evening.
Guest presenters Ray Stubbs and Mark Lawrenson welcomed the apprentice graduates from Resin Groups 5 and 6 and Surface Preparation Groups 3 and 4:
Our apprentices achieving the NVQL2 in In Situ Resin Flooring were: Mark Whitworth, Alan McAlinden and Jason McAlinden.
Training is an excellent way to share best practice, knowledge and skills which in turn raises quality standards within an industry sector. Apprenticeship courses attract newcomers to the industry, introduce new skills and move the industry forward, to give clients confidence that they are dealing with a trained and qualified workforce. Resin flooring and surface preparation are highly specialist occupations and through the FeRFA Apprenticeship Schemes, a training route is available to acquire knowledge and skills to achieve the NVQ Level 2 Diploma.