ASSA ABLOY Opening Solutions celebrates National Apprenticeship Week

15 Feb 2024

Published in: Member News

Ben Speed announced as ASSA ABLOY Opening Solutions 'Apprentice of the Year 2024'!

ASSA ABLOY Opening Solutions were proud to once again support National Apprenticeship Week (NAW).

Early talent are the rising stars and leaders of the future and ASSA ABLOY Opening Solutions are extremely proud of what their apprentices have achieved so far and thoroughly enjoyed shining a spotlight on the amazing contributions apprentices make to their teams, organisation and industry as a whole.

For the finale of their NAW 2024 campaign, ASSA ABLOY Opening Solutions ‘Apprentice of the Year 2024’ was announced and this year there are proud to share Ben Speed, Quality Apprentice won the award. Ben is currently completing the fourth year of his apprenticeship in Manufacturing Engineering, studying at In-Comm Training.

Ben is a well-respected member of the Quality and wider Operations team, often being the first point of call for quality concerns, and he effectively communicates complex technical knowledge to key stakeholders.

“I would highly recommend an apprenticeship with ASSA ABLOY Opening Solutions, I’ve really enjoyed mine so far – I’ve learnt a lot, gained so much useful knowledge, developed new skills and gained confidence in communication with internal and external stakeholders.
The advice I’d give to anyone considering an apprenticeship with ASSA ABLOY Opening Solutions is go for it, you won’t regret it! It’s a great place to work with even greater people, everyone I have worked with have always been more than happy to share their experience and knowledge and I would highly recommend to anyone. I’m very grateful for the opportunities I have received and look forward to the next steps in my career journey, in a great organisation.’

Ben Speed, Quality Apprentice & ASSA ABLOY Opening Solutions Apprentice of the Year 2024

Submitted by Laura from ASSA ABLOY Opening Solutions UK & Ireland
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