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SYNETIQ now have 5 AQPs

SYNETIQ - AQPs - Dismantlers parts
Pictured are Colin, Simon and Willem

When the new ABI salvage code of practice was introduced it was decided that any person wanting to apply the correct category to a salvage vehicle would have to become an appropriately qualified person (AQP).

SYNETIQ have invested in the future and their people by putting five of the team through the Institute of Automotive Engineer Assessors exam for categorising salvage.

Richard Martin, Simon Schofield, Steve Dodson, Colin Casselden and Willem Davies completed the training and examination at the SYNETIQ training facilities in Winsford – All five participants passed the exam and are now all AQPs.

 

Simon Schofield, Client Director at SYNETIQ said:

“At the moment all of our stock is categorised by in house engineers at our Insurance Companies and Police Force partners. We now have the ability to offer categorisation to the suite of services we offer our Clients.  SYNETIQ believes it is important to invest in the future of our people and our company so we are proud to gain these important qualifications.”

Simon went on to say that he was sure SYNETIQ would be investing in putting more people through AQP exams in the future to maximise the great client relationships already in place.

Visit SYNETIQ at www.synetiq.co.uk

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