DEDICATION AND HARD WORK REWARDED FOR YOUNG APPRENTICES
The Yorkshire region of B&ES, the Building & Engineering Services Association (formerly HVCA), recently presented their training awards to thirteen young trainees working in the building engineering services sector of the construction industry.
12 February 2013 – On the evening of Saturday 19th January the Yorkshire Region of B&ES, the Building & Engineering Services Association (formerly HVCA), presented the B&ES Regional Training Awards during their annual Yorkshire Ball held at the Cedar Court Hotel in Bradford. The awards were held in conjunction with BEST, the B&ES subsidiary that operates nationwide apprentice training for the building engineering services sector.
The twelve training awards were presented to employees of seven companies with Yorkshire based operations. The awards were again generously sponsored by Pegler Yorkshire and David Brown, Pegler Yorkshire UK Commercial Sales Director, presented the awards.
Winning the awards were:
Daniel Atkin – Building Services Technician Merit Award, employed by NG Bailey based in Ilkley
Adam James – Building Services Technician Award, employed by NG Bailey based in Ilkley
Stephen James – Building Services Incorporated Engineer Award, employed by NG Bailey based in Ilkley
Sam Hill – Heating and Ventilation Craftsman Merit Award, employed by Mitton Mechanical Services Ltd based in Bradford
Samuel Johnson – Heating and Ventilation Installer Merit Award, employed by G&H Building Services Ltd based in Bramley, Leeds
Josh Skitt – Heating and Ventilation Craftsman Merit Award, employed by Shepherds Engineering Services Ltd based in York
Dale Wood – Heating and Ventilation Installer Award, employed by Shepherds Engineering Services Ltd based in York
Patrick Sean O’Leary – Heating and Ventilation Craftsman Award, employed by NG Bailey based in Ilkley
Ashley Turner – Plumbing Level 2 Award employed by JH Shouksmith & Sons Ltd based in Osbaldwick
Thomas Bulloch and Nathan Austin – Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Level 2 Award (joint winners), employed by Crowther & Shaw Ltd based in Huddersfield
James Elsworth – Service and Maintenance Level 2 Award, employed by Airedale Maintenance Services Ltd based in Guiseley, Leeds
Josh Derry – Electro-Technical Level 2 Award, employed by Shepherds Engineering Services Ltd based in York
Commenting on the awards presentation, Sue Sharp, president of B&ES, said, “All the award recipients should be very proud of their achievement; we equally applaud the vital role played by their employers and local colleges who have helped nurture their training. Even with the difficulties currently facing the building and construction sector, all these hard working young apprentices can be confident of promising careers ahead of them.”
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Notes to editors
Since its formation in 1904, B&ES, the Building & Engineering Services Association (formerly the HVCA) has represented the interests of companies engaged in a wide range of building and engineering services including domestic heating and renewable technologies.
B&ES members are subject to regular, third-party inspection and assessment of their technical competence and commercial capability, carried out by an independent certification body at least every three years.
B&ES members who undertake gas installations are registered with Gas Safe – the gas safety watchdog body – and are also members of TrustMark, the Government-endorsed scheme designed to direct customers towards reliable tradespeople.
B&ES operates the Heating Helpline (http://www.heatinghelpline.org.uk) to provide consumers with free, impartial advice on every aspect of home heating.
Back row, left to right:
Ashley Turner, Dale Wood, Thomas Bulloch, Nathan Austin, James Elsworth, Sam Hill, Josh Skitt
Front row, left to right:
Daniel Atkin, Adam James, Stephen James, Josh Derry, Samuel Johnson
Not shown: Patrick Sean O’Leary, employed by NG Bailey, who was unable to attend