Congratulations to Libby, one of our apprentices who has been nominated in the ‘Top 100 Great Women in the British Car Industry’ Awards, for being an inspirational role model to women aspiring to join the automotive industry.
Libby Price, who works as a Multi Skilled Apprentice at Gemini Accident Repair in Tewkesbury, attends our EMTEC Automotive training centre to complete her qualifications as part of her Level‑3 apprenticeship. She was nominated for the award by Gemini in recognition of the amount she has achieved over a short space of time.
Dan Dillion, Technical Training and Development Coordinator at Gemini and Libby’s Manager, James Moule nominated her for the accolade due to her great success in multiple areas.
Now in the final year of her 30-month Level‑3 apprenticeship, Libby has achieved multiple IMI Level 3 Awards and can now competently carry out repairs on her own from start to finish. Alongside these achievements she has also supported charity events on behalf of Gemini, received recognition from World Skills UK, where she was awarded a World Skills UK Diversity and Inclusion Hero ‘Role Model’ Award, and in 2019 she won the Gemini Accident Repair Centre Ambassador of the Year.
Libby has made a flying start to her career. It takes a special type of person to strive for this success and she is an inspiration for young women looking to join our fantastic industry.James Moule — General Manager at Gemini Accident Repair Centre Tewkesbury
At Nottingham College we are proud to support Gemini branches up and down the country with the training of their Multi-Skilled apprentices at our EMTEC Centre in Ruddington. Earlier this year Gemini were named in the Top 100 Apprenticeship employers, a phenomenal achievement demonstrating their commitment to developing apprentices.