At the ABP Night of Knights Awards Ceremony recently, the Women’s Automotive Group provided a Special Recognition Award to Car-O-Liner’s Stuart Alexander.
The Award was for Stuart’s enthusiastic and continued support to help and inspire the young technicians of the future. This award again recognises the hard work and dedication Stuart not only puts into his day job as National Sales Manager but also with Car-O-Liner’s on-going support with both the UK Skills Show and World Skills.
Stuart has helped nurture the skills of young apprentices and is heavily involved with SkillsAuto and WorldSkills, helping to raise the profile of the body repair sector and highlighting the quality of training on offer.
David Massie, the IMI’s Skills Competition Manager said of Stuart; “In his role as senior competition judge, he is an inspiration to the entire SkillAuto team. His passion, enthusiasm and energy in encouraging our young competitors to achieve their full potential is unmatched. Stuart has helped transform the automotive body repair competition to a highly respected event, testing our competitors up to and beyond world class standards. Everyone at SkillAuto and Worldskills UK are very grateful to have someone of Stuart’s calibre on board.”
ABP’s Tracy Jesson who heads-up the Women’s Automotive Group was delighted to present the Special Recognition Award to Stuart who is most deserving of this award.