Aman Mohammadi was born in Kabul Afghanistan, where he lived until the age of 8. He was forced to flee to Iran as a refugee (where he felt he never quite fit in), As a refugee he was limited to privileges such as education and at just a young age, he didn’t have a choice but to work in various factories and manufacturing for very low income. When he turned 16 he was deported back to Afghanistan, Aman knew he wasn’t safe in Afghanistan and started travelling and ended up in Newcastle, England, where he finally felt safe, treat fairly and equally allowing him to settle in and think about education. His very first place of education was Newcastle College. Since college he has been working in customer service, with recent experience as a frontline advisor for Student Loan Company.

 Coming across such an amazing opportunity (Sector Based Work Academy (SBWA)), designed specifically to meet employer’s recruitment needs and provide the skills needed to prepare participants for golden career opportunities in manufacturing industry. While doing this course Aman learned a lot about KAIZEN, LEAN and 5S within the first two weeks and then tow tractor and forklift truck, now that he has completed the course receiving certificate and licencing enabling him to start his career in the Manufacturing Industry.

 The tutors/instructors are brilliant patient and vastly knowledge people, especially Peter Reineck and David Conway they keep their lesson effective, engaging and fun. Not only they taught me everything I needed to know but they got me excited about my new career and they have been supportive, inspirational and motivational. They’re very friendly and approachable and Aman enjoyed every lesson. I definitely recommend Peter and David as tutor/instructor for tow tractor and forklift truck.

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