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• Veteran Labour MP Denis Healey, presenting Foundation Level certificates

1st March 1990, Page 108
1st March 1990
Page 108
Page 108, 1st March 1990 — • Veteran Labour MP Denis Healey, presenting Foundation Level certificates
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to six Autoglass employees, said: “Autoglass is one of the British firms that sees 1992 as a challenge, not a threat."

Healey was speaking at the signing of the accreditation of the company's technical centre at Tingley, Yorkshire, for NVQ Level 2 in automotive glazing. The signing was witnessed by Professor Peter Thompson of the National Council for Vocational Qualifications, and Autoglass managing director John Hill, who said he sees the introduction of a complete training package at Tingley as establishing a pattern of progression for the industry.

The accreditation was signed by representatives of the NVCI and the Road Transport Industry Training Board.

Seventeen of Autoglass's staff have passed through the RTITI3's training centre at Gainsborough and eventually each of the company's 150plus branches will need a recognised trainer.

These qualifications may well represent the first stage towards recognition throughout the European Community of the skills needed for the industry, says the company.

• While Mobile Air Conditioning Consultants — MAC — is a new company, based close to Heathrow Airport, it has expertise in the persons of its founding directors. John Goddard and Gaty Coggin have worked together in the industry, John specialising in commercial vehicle applications. MAC is the UK distributor for Konvekta of Schwalmstadt. West Germany, which has a range of equipment specified by manufacturers of luxury coaches, minibuses, vans and trucks. With its own factory-trained engineers, MAC has service facilities for all types of vehicle air-conditioning systems.

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