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ReMIT learners receive awards from Ford boss

Four Manchester-based vehicle body repair apprentices have received awards for their achievement in the industry at the official opening Manchester College of Arts and Training (MANCAT) Motor Industry Skills Campus.

The winners were: Jamie Smith; Skipton Ford, Scott Chadwick; Hartwell Ford, Christopher Thompson; Atlantic Ford and Adam Jeffries; Atlantic Ford.

All four are training for careers in the retail motor sector on the Ford Masters Apprenticeship Scheme. They have completed the first module (Health and Safety) of the Bodyshop Apprenticeship. Their training is performed by ReMIT, the training arm of the Retail Motor Industry Federation (RMI).

Stephen Ramsay, ReMIT managing director says: “As cars have become increasingly complex, vehicle manufacturers have recognised the vital importance of training dealer staff.”

ReMIT moved its North West base from Chester to new facilities at MANCAT earlier this year. The organisation has a total of seven regional offices across the UK.

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