Apprentices recognised for hard work

Mid Cheshire Apprentices have been presented with awards to recognise their hard work.

Three apprentices have been recognised for their hard work in 2016 and been awarded their company’s specialist award, The Alan Cartwright Apprentice Award. Callum Whitby (year 1), Nathan Johnson (year 2) and Jordan Brookes (year 3), who are all apprentices at Tiger Trailers, each received recognition for their commitment and achievements.

The Apprentice Award is part of the Alan Cartwright Foundation which was set up by Tiger Trailers Managing Directors, John and Steven Cartwright earlier this year in memory of their late father. The foundation is a charitable organisation which supports organisations that were close to Alan and also his family.

The apprentices, who study for their Level 3 Advanced Apprenticeship in Engineering Manufacturing were presented their awards by Joint Managing Director John Cartwright alongside Iain Paton and Nicola Dunbar from Cheshire West & Chester Council.

John, along with the rest of the Tiger team are very proud of the apprentices, “The whole team deserve recognition, in particular, the apprentices have worked extremely hard, with lots of enthusiasm and have become an important part of our success”.

“As Tiger continues to increase our workforce, we are committed to expanding our apprenticeship further with the fourth intake of apprentices next year.”