The market leading Trojan Group is renowned for the patented innovation and quality of its products, all of which are manufactured in-house in its UK, China and Vietnam manufacturing bases. The quality of the Trojan experience also extends to its staff. Tony Chadwick, Trojan’s Group Managing Director said, “As a business we are only as good as our people. We invest heavily in staff training and development so we can have a strong team that delivers for our customers.”
Examples of this ethos in practice can be seen in the recent achievements of staff at Trojan’s UK base. James Connery has achieved his NVQ Diploma in Business Improvement Techniques, Jonathan Chadwick has been awarded his QCF Diploma in Performing Manufacturing Operations, Lisa Pritchard has attained her Advanced Level Apprenticeship in Customer Service, Craig Berry and Stephen Thompson have been awarded NVQ Level 2 Certificates in Warehousing & Storage and Kevin Davies and Ziarabe Mehmood have both achieved their Intermediate Level Apprenticeships in Warehousing & Storage.
Steve Hall, General Manager at the Trojan Group said, “Congratulations to James, Jonathan, Lisa, Craig, Stephen, Kevin and Ziarabe. Qualifications like these are not easy to achieve and I’m delighted their hard work has been rewarded. I’m also very proud that we are all part of a company that values training and development as highly as Trojan does.”
Similar training and development is undergone by staff in Trojan’s Chinese and Vietnamese bases, ensuring that the same investment in people development and quality is on display at all three of the company’s sites.
Tony concluded, “I firmly believe investment in our staff as part of a wider focus on quality is one of the reasons we have achieved the success we have. I also firmly believe it’s one of the reasons why we are continuing to grow.”