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Former apprentices honoured as Freemen.

FORMER apprentices from a Coventry engineering company will see their achievements recognised next week when they are be awarded the Freedom of the City.

The 19 Dunlop Aerospace Braking Systems apprentices will be made Freemen of the City in a ceremony at the Council House next Tuesday.

The ceremony will be attended by the Master of the Freemen's Guild, Andrew Sanders, as well as the Lord Mayor, Cllr Shabbir Ahmed, and executives from the company.

David Johnson, company managing director, said the award was in recognition of their hard work and dedication.

He added: "We are proud of our apprentice programme and the hundreds of talented individuals who have passed through the scheme.

"We see training as crucial to encouraging young people to enter the engineering industry.

"This special ceremony is to honour the achievement of 19 former apprentices.

"Some of these new Freemen have just completed their training, while one spent his career with us before recently retiring."
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Publication:Coventry Evening Telegraph (England)
Date:Feb 20, 2007
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