Champion Apprentices!

21st October 2014

Champion Hire has recently taken on three Apprentices  to become Plant Maintenance Fitters at its depots in Sheffield, Leeds and Chesterfield.

"We have found three great lads to join our experienced team at Champion Hire and we hope this new development for us proves to be a real success. " commented Adam Langham,  Champion's  Operations Manager. "They have been given an excellent opportunity at Yorkshire's' Askham Bryan College, where they will receive industry specific plant and equipment education and practical training.  We must thank our Apprenticeship Officers at CITB and the tutors at Askham Bryan who have helped us with this new and worthwhile commitment" Chris Nicholls, Manager of Champion's Sheffield depot added "These are the first Apprentices that the company has had in many years,  and they are picking things up really quickly.   We're very  pleased with the way that all these lads are shaping up."

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