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End Point Assessment

12 Jul 2018

 12 months ago our first apprentices signed on to the new standards for a Large Goods Vehicle Driver.

Today that journey came to a close with their end point assessments conducted by the RHA.

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International training

16 Jun 2018

 Jamie & Darryl had a weekend in Prague courtesy of a client request for a Safe Urban Driving course.

Saturday saw them out on the cycles where translation was all in the hand signals

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10 learners ready for the Road

22 Apr 2018

 Due to our level of Module 4 delivery, the DVSA have allowed us to step up to two designated assessors.

So Jamie joins Craig with the ability to test and award pass certification.

Today the pair were working together to deliver what could be the biggest day of Module 4 success as they trained 5 apiece, then swopped to assess each others learners.

Ten tests & Ten pass certificates

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FORS Silver ?

14 Apr 2018

 We're used to making solutions fit our customers problems.

So when faced with needing 24 drivers to undergo Safe Urban Driving training, no problem.

With Craig, Jamie, Darren & Darryl all now accredited cycle instructors we can handle it

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Wttl Apprentice of the Year

28 Feb 2018

 Last year we made the decision to reward an outstanding Apprentice from the 200 that trained with us across the year.

After shortlisting the group it was clear that one learner stood apart with the application and workload that went into the portfolio required.

So today we were visitors at Riverford Organics to present Claire with her trophy.

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New Year , New Venture

27 Jan 2018

 The new year see's us introducing a new category to our training portfolio.

In the past a C1 (7.5t) enquiry has normally either seen the advantage of doing the Cat C course.

But with the purchase of the UK's first 5tonne MAN TGE we can now offer C1 in a vehicle more associated with paramedics, which is a growing source of enquiry.