Top Technician 2015 finalists announced

Highest scoring semi-finalists move forward

Published:  30 March, 2015

Five technicians have made it through to the final of Top Technician 2015 after a demanding day of challenges at GTG in Wolverhampton.

The Semi-Finals saw 10 techs take on a variety of 20-minute tasks, ranging from simple vehicle maintenance checks to complex diagnostics. The competition judges set out to ensure that the best made it through to the final at Fiat Unetversity in Slough on April 24th and were pleased with the high level of detail shown by all who took part in the practical challenges this year.

In alphabetical order, the five who will go to the finals are: -

Event Organiser Nicola St. Clair comments: "The candidates this year showed a very high standard and those who didn't make it through can still be proud they came this far and did so well. The finalists can now relax before they take on our even tougher challenges at Fiat on April 24th."

GTG in Wolverhampton

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