It was a proud day for CEMEX UK Logistics to see the graduation of the 2018 / 2019 Apprentices who have successfully completed their nationally accredited course and LGV driving qualifications.
A massive well done to: Emma Dzyga, Shane Spencer, Jennifer Gregory, Robin Greenaway, Daniel Angrave, Declan Morland, Nathan Adams, Jack White, Dan Edwards, Adam Roe, Nigel Cage.
They are now qualified to drive our fleet Cement Tankers and Aggregate tippers and have now moved to full time driver roles at their sites.
The apprentices were congratulated on their high pass rates and presented with their certificates of achievement.
Since starting in June last year the group have worked closely with their mentor and buddy drivers – passing on their skills and experience and everyone has had great support from across the business.
Carl Milton, Regional Logistics Manager, commented, "A big well done to all the apprentices and a big thank you to their driver mentors, driver buddy’s, managers and System Training - who have coached and guided them through the course.
"The apprentice scheme success is down to the great team effort and it’s very rewarding to see the next generation of skilled and safe drivers entering their careers with CEMEX. "
The programme is run in association with our apprentice training provider, Systems Training, and offers a professional framework to a nationally recognised LGV driving qualification.