North Lancs Training Group candidate, Jordan Baker of Lancashire Double Glazing, has been promoted to the position of Production Manager with the Preston based company.
Jordan achieved his GQA Level 2 Production of Glass Supporting Fabrications in 2008, progressing on to the Level 3 Apprenticeship in 2010, achieving in 2012, and now continuing his personal development by signing up to a Level 3 Business Improvement techniques qualification, all through NLTG.
Jordan first arrived at LDG 10 years ago starting off as an apprentice fabricator. His duties and responsibilities now range from every day running of the factory shop floor with over 20 staff, ordering materials, organising and setting production targets to recruiting staff into the company. He regularly meets with senior staff during meetings to discuss the running of the factory.
Jordan said “all the previous and current training I’ve had from NLTG has put me in good stead and helped me to where I am today – in work and as a person. I always recommend NLTG and any new members of staff are put onto the training scheme immediately, so they can benefit from the training that existing staff are benefitting from.”
Jordan always looks forward to NLTG visits and takes time to sit with his Assessor, Roy Pusey, to discuss any further training needs for his staff and takes a keen interest in their development. Jordan went onto say “all the health and safety and English and maths training provided by NLTG is imperative to LDG to help create a safe and healthy working environment for all employees. The training helps them to understand the reasons why it is important to have these procedures in place. I would like to thank NLTG for all their support with my own development and I will continue to work with NLTG and Roy to support them with new trainees in the future”
story has been viewed