Former Warrington Collegiate student Martin Embury is celebrating after he scooped his third consecutive award at a national car dealership for his ongoing ‘outstanding’ performance.
Martin, a service technician at Jaguar Land Rover’s Guy Salmon dealership in Knutsford, has been awarded Apprentice of the Year 2015 making it the third year in a row he has received the coveted title.
He studied a Motor Vehicle course at Warrington Collegiate before completing a motorsport technician course at Myerscough College, achieving the highest grades.
Since leaving College, Martin has worked as a service technician apprentice at the Jaguar Land Rover site in Knutsford and has also represented the company’s apprentices at 10 Downing Street.
Martin’s success recently featured in the Knutsford Guardian. He told them: “I enjoy my job as it is always evolving and changing. There has been a friendly atmosphere from the beginning as well as a supportive management team.
“It feels like a big family. Guy Salmon has a great training programme as it constantly updating its training and learning new technologies.”
As well as winning the apprentice award, Martin has also been awarded the Institute of the Motor Industry (IMI) Tony Swiatek memorial award for 2015, presented at Silverstone.
Jason Emmanuel, managing director of Sytner Jaguar, said: “On behalf of myself and the team here at Guy Salmon Knutsford I would like to congratulate Martin for another award winning achievement.
“Winning apprentice of the year third year running is an outstanding achievement which we are all proud of here at Guy Salmon.
“This award couple with the IMI Tony Swiatek memorial award is the icing on the cake. I look forward to seeing Martin now progress up to being a future master technician for Guy Salmon Knutsford.”