Caroline Moody, Managing Director of Moody Logistics, is ‘practicing what she preaches’ after passing her HGV qualification, at a time when the company is driving forward the futures of young transport apprentices.
Complementing Caroline’s qualification, the transport and warehousing business has welcomed Driver Apprentice Alex Skelton to the team and is also investing in the career progression of Matthew Davis.
Matthew, who has worked as a semi-skilled labourer at Moody’s sister company, Heathline Commercials, for more than a year, will now study towards his HGV mechanic apprenticeship. Matthew’s apprenticeship will be the third that Heathline has supported and the business is now recruiting for someone to fill Matthew’s vacated position.
After recognising that Heavy Goods Vehicle (HGV) driving apprenticeships are not commonly found in the transport and logistics industry, Moody Logistics began recruiting apprentices in 2015.
Two recent apprentices, Dean Dodd and Steven Hansen, who completed their apprenticeships as HGV Drivers with Moody Logistics, have remained in full-time employment with the company as Class 1 and Class 2 Drivers, respectively.
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