Suzuki Employees Celebrate NVQ Achievements
Suzuuki provides NVQ courses to employees aged 25 and above, and support them in gaining qualifications and training specifically relevant to their work.Published 27 June 2011
Suzuki is celebrating the success of their employees who have gained National Vocational Qualifications, with their achievements covering a wide range of the training and qualification opportunities made available, ranging from Suzuki showrooms and service workshops to administrative offices and warehouses.
Suzuki provides NVQ courses to employees aged 25 and above, and support them in gaining qualifications and training specifically relevant to their work. Areas covered include warehousing, business and administration and customer service.
The scheme falls within the Apprenticeship Programme and is upported by the Government through the Skills Funding Agency, offering intermediate (level 2 qualification) and advanced (level 3) apprenticeship frameworks.
Each NVQ level includes a technical certificate, which is the result of a test of the individual's knowledge of the occupational area; key English and maths skills; and a work book covering employment rights and responsibilities.
Director of Aftersales at Suzuki GB in Milton Keynes, Denis Houston said: "All our candidates completed their qualifications in just six months, which is an outstanding achievement.
"We are delighted with their success and proud to be able to offer this learning opportunity within our framework for helping our employees and those at our dealerships to build personal skills for better job performance, career opportunities and service to our customers and business clients."
NVQ Business Solutions LLP provide the training for Suzuki GB's programme, who continue to support the company's training and staff development programme.
The Suzuki GB employees who have obtained NVQs are: Abdul Abdi, Joanne Brett, Michael Cable, Simon Deakin, Lee Griffin, Colin Hards, Martin Hull, Dominika Kijowska, Anna Krasinska, Anna Lewis, Natalie Round and Steve Smith.