Royal Navy sailor is on top of the world

TOP MARKS Batalas managing director Richard Gravestock, left, congratulates training assurance officer Lt Steve Currie for achieving the highest score worldwide in a January auditor training course '''           Picture: Matthew Hibberd

TOP MARKS Batalas managing director Richard Gravestock, left, congratulates training assurance officer Lt Steve Currie for achieving the highest score worldwide in a January auditor training course ''' Picture: Matthew Hibberd

Proud members of the ship's company watch as the giant warship inches her way to sea for the first time. From left, Able Seaman (AB) Natasha Elford, AB Layton Toward and AB Richard Mead

HMS Queen Elizabeth begins the long voyage to Portsmouth

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A ROYAL Navy sailor who makes sure the training at HMS Sultan is top notch has come out on top after earning the best result in a worldwide assessment.

Lieutenant Steve Currie scored 88 out of 90 in the QMS Lead Auditor programme – something which will allow him to apply a new management system at the Gosport base.

Batalas Ltd, which provides the course to people around the world, recognised Steve’s performance with a special award presented by managing director of the company, Richard Gravestock.

Lt Currie said: ‘I found out I had passed a few weeks ago and was quite happy and was just expecting a certificate in the post.

‘I didn’t realise the extent to which my results were being graded worldwide.’

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