Success at North West Training Awards 2016

 

 

Engineering Students gain recognition at North West Training Awards 2016

Four Trafford College Students have been recognised as outstanding apprentices during an awards evening organised by the Building Engineering Services Association. The students were nominated either by their employers or college tutors for particular categories. After attending an interview panel, they were successful in gaining the title and were presented with their award during the North West Region Annual Ball held at the Imperial Hotel in Blackpool on Saturday 27th Feb 2016. The successful Trafford College students who were awarded Apprentice of the Year or Runner Up in their specific categories were: Martin Heyes (L3 Service and Maintenance Engineer of the Year), Daniel Burke (Electrician of the Year – Runner Up), Calum Martin (Engineering Technician of the Year) and Deacon Monks (Engineering Technician of the Year – Runner Up).

A Trafford College tutor attended and his band played during the drinks reception after which the organisers stated “I write to thank both you and your other band members for a great performance on Saturday evening and your routine was part of another great night for the NW BESA in Blackpool.  Please pass on my thanks to all your musicians for a really great performance”.

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