After over a year of intensive training and a stringent final exam, Porsche Centre Belfast are delighted to announce that our Technician, Jonathan Watters, has achieved the Porsche Bronze Accreditation for his outstanding technical abilities.
Jonathan took on the fully immersive process to be recognised in his field almost a year and a half ago, and undertook a huge amount of work before even being invited to carry out the exam.
Aftersales Manager Paul McConaghy has praised Jonathan's efforts "We are delighted that one of our technicians, after completing an intensive manual and gathering a year’s worth of mechanical repair evidence, was given the opportunity to carry out his Porsche Bronze Certification test. We are very proud that Jonathan scored 93% in his final test, a real achievement. We are looking forward to his further progression through Silver and Gold in the near future."
Please contact a member of our Aftersales team on 02890389999 for any service queries.
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