Success at Brinsworth Academy of Engineering Learner and Employer Awards!

19th March 2013

And what a spectacular event it was! Brinsworth Academy of Engineering held their Annual Learner and Employer Awards 2013 at Magna Science Adventure Centre last night.

The high profile event was a great success and showcased both learners and employers alike paying tribute to their continued hard work and dedication. Guest speakers included Sarah Champion MP, the Mayor and Mayoress of Rotherham and Wayne Miller from the National Apprenticeship Service. The event which took place as part of National Apprenticeship Week highlighted the work that is taking place to develop the next generation of engineers. Speaking of the success Business Development Director Paul Reeves said -We saw some extremely promising young engineers win awards that we are very proud to say they started their careers with our academy and with our on-going support we will continue to make a positive difference to the encouraging developments across the sector. Managing Director Mick Crossley added -I would like to congratulate all of the nominees and winners and encourage them to celebrate and acknowledge their own success that they have achieved during their time here at Brinsworth Academy of Engineering. If you would like to discuss how an Apprentice could make a difference to your business then please contact a member of the Business Development Team on 01709 389720. The winners of the Awards for 2013 were: Level 2 - Apprentice of the Year (sponsored by Koyo Bearings (Europe) Ltd) 1st Place - Conner Wild C B Kaymich & Co Limited 2nd Place - Michael Talbot AESSEAL 3rd Place - Luke Hinchcliffe William Cook Level 3 - Apprentice of the Year (sponsored by Institute of Mechanical Engineers) 1st Place - Joe Pantin Davy Markham 2nd Place - Amy Pryce Firth Rixson 3rd Place - Aaron Stephenson AESSEAL Special Achievement Award (sponsored by AESSEAL) Daniel Poultney Kostal UK SMC Award of Excellence (sponsored by SMC International) Alex Montisci Eldon Tool & Engineering Employer of the Year (sponsored by Mitsubishi Electric Automation Systems) Davy Markham Assessor/Trainer of the Year (sponsored by Mondelez International) Mick Marriott Brinsworth Academy of Engineering

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