Panel Technician nominated for Apprentice of the Year Award
MG Cannon Salisbury, apprentice Patryk Borowicz has been nominated to represent Volkswagen in the Panel Technician element of the Babcock skills competition.
Patryk will compete against apprentices from other automotive brands to become the apprentice of the year 2017. His skills will be tested through practical and written assessments on 3rd May at Babcock Technical Training Academy, Milton Keynes. (Babcock is the UK's leading provider of automotive training, delivering both commercial and technical excellence).
The winner in each discipline will be awarded with a certificate and a tablet. The overall winner will also be awarded with the Babcock Automotive Apprentice of the Year trophy and receive a year’s free membership to the IMI (Institute of the Motor Industry).
MG Cannon Salisbury bodyshop manager Dean Hurst said: “Patryk has achieved consistently high results on his apprenticeship courses and the level of output in his everyday work is high. He is a shining example of the benefits and rewards that can be reaped from an apprenticeship scheme. He is an absolute pleasure to work with, and we look forward to seeing him grow professionally over the next few years.