A sunny Saturday morning at the Jaguar Visitor Centre set the scene for the 2018 Castle Bromwich Team Improvement Circle local convention, which took place last weekend.
The event, now in its second year at the plant saw 18 teams from across the site present their TIC projects to a panel of judges who had the difficult task of selecting just six teams to go through to the UK regional convention at the National Conference Centre in Solihull at the end of June.
We are pleased to announce the teams representing Castle Bromwich in the next round are:
S.C.R.A.P – from Trim and Final, made up of Dan Thompson, Chris Ford and Scott Hollway.
KISS (Keep It Simple Stupid) – from A1/A2 made up of Scott Miller, Martyna Wiatr, Godwin Maynard and Abdellah Chaouki
Prestige Worldwide – from Launch made up of Ben Cotterill, Andrew Freeth, Scott Cherry and Amrik Mall, Steve Gibbins
Eyes Up, Phones Down – from MP&L made up of Prity Patel, Jaspal Gill and Andy Parkinson
Braking Bad – from Trim and Final made up of Anthony Burke, Abdul Kabir, Thomas Moore, Thomas Burrows and Jeff Robottom
Sign3d, Sealed and Delivered – from Paint made up of Paul Tudor, Nicky Priest, Andy Ormes, Steve Towle and the now retired Dave Harman
“All the teams here today have been very impressive and there was a real sense of pride and resilience at the event.” commented Ian Caulfield, who for the second year has been instrumental in delivering TIC to Castle Bromwich. “TIC allows anyone here at Castle Brom, whoever you are to bring forward great ideas, but it is so much more than just that. The teams have been on a journey, they have engaged with each other and developed themselves as part of the process.
“There are a few faces in there who are brand new to TIC and others who have pushed on from last year’s inaugural event and grown to take TIC leadership and coaching roles for 2018. I think that’s solid proof of how TIC develops all those who take part. Everyone who took part should be proud of all they have achieved and next year there will be more opportunities for even more people to step up and take part too.”
Congratulations to all the teams who took part in the event and a massive well done to everybody who worked hard to make it such a success, all the best for the next stage for those going through to the next stage and we hope to see you make it through to the finals in Brazil later in the year.