Motofix apprentices receives awards

Motofix has recognised two of its apprentices for their outstanding performance in the Body Repair Industry Apprentice Awards held by the ABP Club in partnership with Audatex and Thatcham Research.

The event was designed to showcase the contribution of young people to the body repair industry and the importance of apprenticeships in order to continue to build skill sets which are crucial to the future of the marketplace.

The whole industry was represented at the ceremony which was held at the Ricoh Arena in Coventry with a total of 24 repairers from around the UK participated in the event to recognise its apprentices on a national level.

Cian Harper a third-year paint apprentice based at Motofix’s Oxford repair centre was named Motofix’s Apprentice of the Year 2018 and Idris Ali from High Wycombe was selected as the Motofix Graduate Apprentice of the Year 2018.

Both apprentices were presented their awards by Motofix technical manager Michael Beale and HR manager Sarah Rabi.

Motofix CEO, Liam Kearney commented, ‘Both Cian and Idris set fine examples for both the vehicle repair market and apprenticeships as a whole and are great ambassadors for Motofix.  Their dedication and commitment to the job and continuous willingness to learn and excel in their roles is commendable and it was for this reason why they were selected.’