Graphic PLC Receives Training Awards

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graphic.PNGOver 150 business people celebrated the achievements of both individuals and businesses at the Excellence in Business Training Awards 2016, hosted by Cornwall College Businesses. Up against strong competition, Graphic PLC is proud to announce that Helen Tribel won the Individual Achievement category and Graphic PLC was runner up in the Training Programme of the Year category.

The awards recognise exceptional training and development in organisations across the South West; celebrating companies that develop their staff through training and have as a result seen exceptional business success.

Sue Hook, from Sapience HR, who was chief judge for the Individual Achievement category that Helen won said: “Helen has not only embraced her own training and development but has had significant impact on the training in the rest of the company. Helen has made a difference to the standard of training in a technical environment by updating and refining an outdated programme and using excellent IT skills to make the training more current and relevant. She has created a unique environment which has developed into a new learning culture in the company. The impact on the company has meant a reduction in training time, increase in productivity and cost savings from reduced errors”

Based in Crediton, Devon, UK, Graphic PLC is the largest UK owned manufacturer of time-Critical and technologically complex High Density Interconnect, Flex and Flex-Rigid printed circuit boards in the UK, and one of the largest Printed Circuit Board manufacturers of this type in Europe. With facilities also in the US and China, the Graphic group can provide Design for Manufacture, prototype and volume, all with exceptional service.

Graphic PLC’s products are used in a range of complex electronic applications in markets such as defence, aerospace, industrial, medical and transportation.

“We are extremely proud that Helen has been recognised at the Excellence in Business Training Awards by winning the Individual Achievement Award.” said David Pike, Group Managing Director, Graphic PLC. “We are also delighted that our excellent in house training and development programme, which we provide to all our employees, has been acknowledged by the judging panel and awarded Training Programme of the Year runner up.”

The Company offers the UK’s most comprehensive set of technical expertise and Helen is proud to use her skills and expertise to make a difference towards the continuing success of Graphic PLC.

Amarjit Basi, CEO of The Cornwall College Group, said: “The standard of nominations this year was exceptional. The winners deserve particular praise for being recognised as the best in their category”.

It is a great achievement for Graphic PLC to have been runner up for the Training Programme of the Year and for Helen to be a winner for the Individual Achievement category. The awards recognise Helen’s hard work and achievements in introducing the Job Instruction programme into Graphic PLC.



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