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Vocational excellence recognised at SummitSkills awards

SummitSkills recently recognised and celebrated the talent and exceptional standards of work of employees in the building services engineering sector at its annual Awards for Excellence.

The Awards for Excellence recognise the abilities and commitment of a range of people employed in the building services engineering sector. This year SummitSkills held its awards on Friday 16 November as part of the WorldSkills UK Skills Show event at the NEC in Birmingham, the biggest skills competition in the UK with some 100,000 visitors over three days.

The Skills Show also hosted 60 skills competitions, including the four competitions organised by SummitSkills – SkillELECTRIC, SkillFRIDGE, SkillPIPE and SkillPLUMB. SummitSkills is a strong supporter of the Skills Show.

SummitSkills chief executive Keith Marshall OBE commented: “It was very encouraging to see that so many employers continue to invest in their employees, despite the ongoing challenging financial climate. These awards are a reminder of the outstanding talent and commitment of individuals working in our sector today. Congratulations to all the winners and highly commended candidates – I’m sure they are have a bright future ahead of them.”


The awards – and their winners and highly commended candidates - were:

  • Experienced Existing Worker of the Year (Mechanical) – David Matthews (winner) - Michael Backland (highly commended)
  • Experienced Existing Worker of the Year (Electrical) – Paul Nicoll (winner) - Dave Brooker (highly commended)
  • Technician Engineer of the Year – Kayley Lockhead (winner) – Philip York (highly commended)
  • The Alfred Manly Management Award – Mark Roddy (winner) – Jason Davies (highly commended)
  • Professional Engineer of the Year Award – Paul Eagle (winner) – Ashley Mitchell (highly commended)
  • Environmental Excellence Award – Chris Coath (winner) – Jason Hodds (highly commended)

 

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