A group of Specsavers staff members have received recognition for going the extra mile to ensure customers in Kilmarnock get the best service.
With more than 30 years’ service between them, the spectacular seven have all passed exams and achieved qualifications that will benefit customers of the Kilmarnock store.
Craig McCluskey and Caroline Love both gained ophthalmic dispensing assistant qualifications after passing their course with flying colours. Craig McCluskey also recently received fire warden and health and safety certificates.
Philip Sui qualified as a dispensing optician, while Heather Mercer gained a hearing care assistant diploma.
Both Lorna Beattie and Tracy Cameron achieved certificates in emergency first aid, with Keir Young being awarded a fire warden certificate.
Highly trained workforce
Myra Smith, director of Specsavers in Kilmarnock, says: ‘They should all be very proud of themselves as they’ve each put a lot of work into progressing and achieving fantastic results.
‘This is great news for the staff themselves and our customers, who will undoubtedly benefit from our team’s expertise.
‘Professional development is very important to Specsavers and we always encourage our staff here in Kilmarnock to take advantage of the training programmes we offer and advance their skills and careers.’