A ‘BIT’ of Hard Work Goes a Long Way for Pittards Employees

“Seven Pittards employees have successfully completed a Level 2 NVQ Diploma in Business Improvement Techniques (BIT) this month. This invaluable qualification is for semi-skilled workers and apprentices and is designed to support the overall effective operation of a business by recognising quality and process improvements across all areas of the workplace. Delegates are encouraged to adopt practices that can maximise profit by eliminating waste, improving workflow and reducing cost and variation.

Pittards CEO Reg Hankey said “”It’s great to see employees looking to build on their own skills as well as showing a keen interest in the improvement and development of the company as a whole””. He continued “”Pittards are always keen to encourage any individuals who show an interest in furthering their professional development and we would like to congratulate all those who have successfully completed this course and look forward to seeing other employees follow suit””.

Certificates were presented by Operations Director at Pittards Jon Loxston (pictured fourth from left) and were awarded to Pittards employees; Kevin Drogan, Matthew French, Dean Summerbell, Jason Fox, Nathan Harris, Terry Mitchell and Richard Wilson.”