Chevron has succeeded in implementing a range of diverse employment, training and development strategies to improve our employee’s core skills, whilst also demonstrating aligned benefits to society, reducing unemployment; building a long term, trained workforce for our business as well as for the highways industry.
Each of our core training initiatives, along with tailored development plans, demonstrate real organisational vision and commitment, giving real people from a diverse range of backgrounds real opportunities.
- LANTRA Awards Training Centre; Chevron sustain our own in-house training centre. We employee a full time Resource & Development Team who oversee an annual spend of circa £350,000 per annum on Skills Training and Development.
- ClearTrack Performance Coaching; A long term Leadership programme set over 24 months to provide the Senior Management Team as well as Delivery Managers, Area Managers and Supervisors leadership and coaching support.
- Foreman Mentor Programme; The most recent phase of Performance Coaching to be launched; with 16 newly recently appointed mentors across the business, the aim is to increase knowledge sharing and competency by mentoring all new starters, further inspiring the Chevron Way ‘In Safe Hands’
Traffic Management relies heavily upon the quality and performance of the site-based Operatives and Supervisors, and here at Chevron we are incredibly proud of ours. The structured approach we have towards training and development recognises the importance of every individual. Such is our commitment to training, we employ a full time Resource and Development team and operate our own 'in- house' training facility. Not only does this ensure a highly trained technical workforce, it also affords the opportunity for us to promote the Chevron culture towards our work and customers.
Chevron Employee Testimonials
“My time at Chevron has been a big learning curve, learning a trade which I enjoy and skills which will be with me throughout my career. Collage has been exciting, learning new skills, putting them into practice in the workplace and becoming a crucial part of the Chevron Systems Cog, keeping the fleet up and running.”
Tyronne Agard, Mechanic - Manchester
“Making the transition from the army into civilian life can be daunting. It’s going well, becoming a qualified Operative earlier this year”
Tabailago Gasavacalayawa, TM Operative- Finedon
“I’m enjoying my role and am grateful of the opportunities it brings, I’m grabbing it with both hands and am hoping to be with Chevron until I retire! I’m thrilled and I’m walking tall!”
Adrian Brockson, TM Operative- Leeds
“What I like best about working at Chevron is the variety of different tasks within 12A/B (high speed works) and the continued opportunity of professional progression”