ECITB salutes the winners of ECI Annual Awards

The Engineering Construction Industry Training Board (ECITB) is delighted to announce the winners of this year’s Engineering Construction Industry Training & Development Awards. 

The Engineering Construction Industry Training Board (ECITB) is delighted to announce the winners of this year’s Engineering Construction Industry Training & Development Awards. The prestigious awards evening, held on October 19that Manchester’s Midland Hotel, celebrates the achievements and successes of individuals, companies and training providers in the engineering construction industry.

Chris Claydon, ECITB chief executive said:

“These awards are a significant recognition of the efforts and commitment of the people within our industry. Maintaining the skills and talent pool is imperative in securing the industry’s future. My congratulations go out to all the nominees, finalists and winners who are all excellent examples of the fantastic work carried out by the people and companies within the engineering construction industry.”

The award categories and winners are as follows:

Award Winners
National apprentice of the year Heather Smith - AmecFosterWheeler
Innovation in learning WorleyParsons
Individual Delivery of Learning Jason Barnard - Hydratight
SME of the Year Hornbill Engineering
Graduate Learner of the Year Jessica Hollingworth – Cavendish Nuclear
Improver of the Year Andy Whitehurst – Doosan Babcock
Collaboration Award Doosan Babcock for the Boiler Spine Project
Women in Engineering Award Nicky Mason - AmecFosterWheler
Learner of the year Andy Whitehurst – Doosan Babcock

The ECITB Training & Development Awards are a highlight in the engineering construction industry’s calendar. They are supported and sponsored by engineering construction companies and this year’s event sponsors were: Jacobs, Wood Group, Gen2 and BCECA.

Chris Claydon added:  

“I would like to thank all the sponsors, our host, Wendy Gibson and all the attendees who made the evening such a great success. It is vitally important to recognise and applaud the fantastic companies and people who make our industry one of the best in the UK.”

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Notes to editors:

Avril Goodenough

Communications Manager

Engineering Construction Industry Training Board

E: avril.goodenough@Ecitb.org.uk

M: +44 (0) 7342 078859
T: +44 (0)1923 402123

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About the ECITB

Established in 1991, the Engineering Construction Industry Training Board’s (ECITB) mission is ‘Securing Engineering Construction Skills now and for the future’. The ECITB is the skills, standards and qualifications body with statutory responsibility for the development of the engineering construction workforce of Great Britain. The ECITB has a global footprint and supports clients in 18 countries, providing engineering and project delivery skills across the energy, processing and construction sectors. The ECITB works closely with employers and governments to attract develop and qualify engineering construction personnel in a wide range of craft, technical and professional skills and disciplines. Over the

last 25 years the ECITB has supported 1.4 million learners. For more information please visit www.ecitb.org.uk 

Notes to editors:

Avril Goodenough

Communications Manager

Engineering Construction Industry Training Board

E: avril.goodenough@Ecitb.org.uk

M: +44 (0) 7342 078859
T: +44 (0)1923 402123

For further information please visit: www.ecitb.org.uk/NewsAnd Events 
Follow us on Twitter at: www.twitter.com/ecitb_skills

About the ECITB

Established in 1991, the Engineering Construction Industry Training Board’s (ECITB) mission is ‘Securing Engineering Construction Skills now and for the future’. The ECITB is the skills, standards and qualifications body with statutory responsibility for the development of the engineering construction workforce of Great Britain. The ECITB has a global footprint and supports clients in 18 countries, providing engineering and project delivery skills across the energy, processing and construction sectors. The ECITB works closely with employers and governments to attract develop and qualify engineering construction personnel in a wide range of craft, technical and professional skills and disciplines. Over the last 25 years the ECITB has supported 1.4 million learners. For more information please visit www.ecitb.org.uk 

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