Baker Goodchild announces NVQ training programme with GB Training for personnel
Thursday, September 25, 2014
Press release from the issuing company
Birmingham-based direct mail fulfilment and print management services provider, Baker Goodchild, has announced that it is working in partnership with GB Training to provide an NVQ qualification programme for a number of members of its personnel.
Eight members of the Baker Goodchild team are currently working towards NVQ Level 2 qualifications, on courses which will last one year in duration.
Once completed, the participants can then opt to go further gaining a Level 3 NVQ qualification and then choose to undertake another course of their choice.
During the first year of their NVQ Level 2 study, the Baker Goodchild team members participating are given monthly assignments as part of their course work, along with a regular monthly visit from an assessor, to review the work that is being undertaken and completed.
The Baker Goodchild personnel participating in the GB Training NVQ Level 2 programme are; Marketing Executive, Mohammed Pandair, Team Leading and Team Management course; Account Director, Matthew Perkins, Business Administration; International Mailing Specialist, Kris Nero and Data Laser Executive Asif Mohammed, who are both on an IT Support System course. Credit Controller, Nicola Broadmore, Business Administration, Account Manager, Bally Bahia, Business Management; Mail Machine Engineer, Ciaran Malloy, Team Leading/Team Management; and Warehouse Apprentice, Kevin Green, is studying Warehouse and Storage Management.
The NVQ training programme forms part of Baker Goodchild’s development initiative for its team, providing a clear training and career path, where they can develop their skills, and also broaden and enhance their knowledge of the industry.
Speaking about the NVQ Training programme with GB Training, Baker Goodchild Managing Director Lorraine Burnell stated, “We try our level best to ensure our team are well equipped with both the latest technology and the opportunity to further their education. Many team members do want to study and gain further knowledge about various topics, however it can be hard working full time and then studying part time.
It is essential to maintain a work life balance and for our team members who want to work and study, we help them by adjusting the hours they work, giving them the time needed to complete assignments. Education is priceless and there is nothing more rewarding than giving a colleague the opportunity to better themselves.”
GB Training are involved in a variety of projects for both public and private sector organisations, providing development and training programmes for leading companies and organisations, including; British Airways, Berry Bros & Rudd, BBC Broadcast, Etihad Airways and Defra amongst others.
Based in the heart of Birmingham, close to the city centre, Baker Goodchild is a privately-owned company with over 19 years extensive experience in providing print, mail and postage solutions, throughout the UK and Internationally.
For information on the services Baker Goodchild provides, please visit their website (www.bakergoodchild.co.uk)
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