Charles Ritchie (businessman)
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Charles was educated at St Combs primary school, then at Fraserburgh Academy which he left school at age 15 with no formal qualifications.
Charles served a 5-year engineering apprenticeship at the Consolidated Pneumatic Tool Company in Fraserburgh, while attending Banff and Buchan College of Further Education, and Robert Gordon's institute in Aberdeen.
The book "It's A Newton" was written and published by Mr Ritchie to portray his views on the concept of force.
Honours and awards
- Higher National Certificate in Engineering in 1969
- BSc Mechanical Engineering from University of Strathclyde
- Diploma in Management from Robert Gordon's Institute
- Rogerson, Paul (4 May 2007). "Score Group thrives under Ritchie's guiding hand". The Herald. Retrieved 2 October 2006.