Ethan Webster, Plant Maintenance – Professional Development

At Extrudakerb, we recognise the pivotal role of training in driving organisational success and employee satisfaction. Our commitment to training over 90% of our workforce to NVQ level 2 or higher underscores our dedication to excellence, innovation, and long-term growth. By investing in training, we empower our employees like Ethan to reach their full potential, contribute meaningfully to our goals, and stay ahead in an ever-evolving business landscape.

Ethan plays a crucial role in overseeing maintenance for all of Extrudakerb’s large plant equipment, including JCBs, Wirtgen paving equipment, ancillary moulds, small plant, and our vehicle fleet. Having joined us nearly a decade ago as an apprentice plant fitter, Ethan excelled in his apprenticeship, leading to his achievement of Level 3 in Plant Maintenance. His recent completion of NVQ Level 3 in Occupational Work Supervision further solidifies his expertise and leadership within our organisation.

Following on from Ethan's success, we have taken on two additional apprentices within our workshop: Mia Lambert as an Apprentice Fabricator and William Vickers as an Apprentice Mechanic. We look forward to seeing their ongoing development and are happy to support them in their careers with us.

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