Lights, Camera, Action!

Our illustrious if not somewhat reluctant leader (not Ken) was recently persuaded by his team to star in a local campaign aimed at raising aspirations of the county’s young people and encouraging them to stay and work in the region once leaving education.

Approached as a business advocate for County Durham, John Campbell joined other local role models in a short film designed to tell his story. The campaign, ‘My Future is Durham’ is currently airing in primary schools across the region to support assemblies and lessons for 8 to 11-year olds.

Graeme Fawell, Head of Digital at LocaliQ (producers of the film) said: “The video is fantastic, the Council is extremely pleased and it goes down as our best video of the campaign so far!”

Editor’s Comment: I’m sure John’s daughter will be hugely proud to see her Dad take a starring role in this local production (once she gets over her total embarrassment).

Leader of the Pack

In the words of the late, great John F Kennedy;  “Leadership and learning are indispensable to each other”.

And we at Chemtech couldn’t agree more. So, it made perfect sense to put our Team Leaders through their paces and train for a BTEC Level 2 Award in Principles of Team Leading.

The 6-day course was delivered on site at Chemtech HQ by Gateshead College, where our illustrious team developed knowledge relating to team leadership styles and developing team performance. Julie Kelly, Curriculum Operations Manager at Gateshead College said: “It’ great to see Chemtech invest in its staff and we’ve really enjoyed delivering the training to their Team Leaders. They were all really enthusiastic, keen to develop their skills and put into practice what they’d learnt.’

Editor’s comments: “Congratulations to Jamie Burbeck, Louise Wilson, Omeed Karimi, Joanne Baker and Terri Pipe who all passed with flying colours!”

Not so much 3 lions on a shirt…

Our illustrious if not somewhat reluctant leader (not Ken) was recently persuaded by his team to star in a local campaign aimed at raising aspirations of the county’s young people and encouraging them to stay and work in the region once leaving education.

Approached as a business advocate for County Durham, John Campbell joined other local role models in a short film designed to tell his story. The campaign, ‘My Future is Durham’ is currently airing in primary schools across the region to support assemblies and lessons for 8 to 11-year olds.

Graeme Fawell, Head of Digital at LocaliQ (producers of the film) said: “The video is fantastic, the Council is extremely pleased and it goes down as our best video of the campaign so far!”

Editor’s Comment: I’m sure John’s daughter will be hugely proud to see her Dad take a starring role in this local production (once she gets over her total embarrassment).

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