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News: Appren­tice Lib­by nom­i­nat­ed in the Top 100 Great Women in the British Car Industry

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Libby Price Gemini Multiskills Apprentice

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. 

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  • 2nd November 2020 (11:44 AM)
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