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Apprentice awards

The achievements of Essex-based retail motor industry apprentices working with sector trainer ReMIT have been recognised at a double awards ceremony.

ReMIT, the motor trade's training business, is the training arm of the Retail Motor Industry Federation (RMI). At any one time thousands of young people will be working towards qualifications on ReMIT-run courses.

ReMIT learners were honoured in the ReMIT Essex 2005 Awards, as well as the Institute of the Motor Industry (IMI) County of Essex Membership Association Awards.

Stephen Ramsay, ReMIT managing director, said: “These young people have chosen a career in the motor industry, and they have thrived. Their achievements have been justifiably rewarded.”

The winners are as follows:

ReMIT Essex 2005 Awards

  • ReMIT Essex First Year Apprentice of the Year 2005 Award Lucy Clements Allen Ford, Brentford

  • ReMIT Essex Second Year Apprentice of the Year 2005 Award Rickey Stebbings Essex Ford, Basildon

  • ReMIT Essex Third Year Apprentice of the Year 2005 Award Matthew Ayres Craig Bradbrook Motor Services, Basildon

  • ReMIT Essex Most Improved Apprentice of the Year 2005 Peter Allen JR Lee, Southend-on-Sea

  • ReMIT Essex Special Achievement Award Danny Tongue
    D Tongue Autos, South Ockenden

    IMI County of Essex Membership Association Awards

    IMI County of Essex Apprentice Trainee of the Year Award 2005 Benjamin Jeakins Essex Police Garage, Colchester (ReMIT Baldock)

    IMI County of Essex Membership Association Body Refinishing and Repair Award 2005 Alan Downs DWS Bodywork, Grays (ReMIT Baldock)

    IMI County of Essex Membership Association Heavy Vehicle Technician Awards 2005 Robert King Scania GB Ltd, Purfleet (ReMIT Baldock)

    IMI County of Essex Membership Association Toomey Group 2005 Award for Outstanding Commitment to achieving a Career in the Motor Industry Charlotte Carter Clifton Cars, Sible Hedingham (ReMIT Baldock)

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