Two M5 Glass Centre colleagues were the first within the group to undertake the NVQ in Business Administration with great success after an intensive study programme.
Two colleagues from M5 Glass Centre, part of the Cornwall Glass Group, have completed the NVQ awards in Business and Administration. James Salmon and Clarie Browne completed their NVQ last month after an intensive study programme.
James and Claire are the first within the group to undertake the NVQ in Business Administration with great success.
James Salmon, Sales Administrator at M5 Glass Centre, Highbridge, said: “It’s great having a recognised qualification within my field, showing that I am competent and able and will help with enhancing our office procedures and practises.”
Claire Browne, Sales Adminstrator at two branches within the Cornwall Glass Group, M5 Glass Centre & Colston Glazing said: “The opportunity to do an NVQ in Business and Administration has enabled me to develop and build my confidence and skills, personally and within my job roles both at M5 Glass Centre and Colston Glazing.”
The Cornwall Glass Group continue to support their colleague’s continual development and skill progression, whether it is expanding processing skills for the glass manufacturing factories or enhancing product knowledge to their business skills.
M5 Glass Centre is part of The Cornwall Glass Group, which is a major manufacturer and distributor of double and triple glazed sealed units, toughened glass and supplier of an extensive range of glass items such as splashbacks and glass shelving through to mirrors and various other glazing products. M5 Glass Centre also manufactures the patterned glass Opaletch™ along with glass painting facilities. With over 35 years of experience, the family run company currently operates at 15 sites from Penzance right up to Bristol with over 200 staff members, Cornwall Glass continue to grow year after year.