Melissa Jones, apprentice technician at Stafford Land Rover, and Oliver Rhodes, apprentice technician at Swansway Jaguar in Crewe, have both been nominated for the Jaguar Land Rover Apprentice of the Year Award.
The pair have both been nominated by their Babcock apprentice assessor, Graham Cahill, who has put a total of six apprentices forward for the prestigious award.
Melissa and Oliver are thrilled to have been nominated.
Swansway’s apprentice and training coordinator commented: “Both Melissa and Oliver receive excellent feedback all the time – not only from their assessor, Graham, but also from the JLR training centre.
“Everyone comments on how committed they both are, going above and beyond what they need to do and really embracing their apprenticeships.”
She added: “We are so proud of this double achievement for our apprentices and are delighted to be increasing our apprentice intake in 2019 to one hundred apprentices across the Swansway Group.”
Both Melissa and Oliver in in the first year of their technician apprenticeship.