The time has come again for us to celebrate the best of the best of JTL apprentices, with this year’s National Awards taking place at One Moorgate Place in the City of London on Thursday 6th of June.
Twelve apprentices from across England and Wales have been recognised in the JTL Regional and National Awards for demonstrating high levels of achievement and commitment to learning throughout their apprenticeships.
The twelve regional winners, who have completed electrical, plumbing & heating and engineering maintenance apprenticeships with JTL were selected from more than 1,217 recently completed learners. The Regional Winners will now go head to head at One Moorgate Place in London on Thursday 6th June to compete for the title of ‘JTL Apprentice of the Year’.
The JTL National Awards 2019 will be streamed via Facebook Live as it happens on Thursday 6th June. If you want to watch the awards ceremony you can tune in from the JTL Facebook page to watch in real time. The livestream will start at 2.30pm and finish at 3.30pm. To view the Facebook Livestream, please head over to our JTL page: https://www.facebook.com/jtltraining/. The video will also be available to view afterwards on the JTL Facebook page.
One award will be presented to the top electrical/engineering maintenance apprentice and one to the best MES (plumbing or heating & venting) apprentice of the year. The final award – ‘JTL National Apprentice of the Year’ – will be presented to the overall winner, selected from all twelve Regional Winners.
The Regional Winners competing for the National Awards (and their employers during their apprenticeships) are:
Wales – Kirsten Hopkins from Bargoed (Zener Electrical Services).
North West – Thomas Lawson from Warrington (Picow Electrical Engineering) and Scott Pomfret from Blackburn (Emcor UK).
Yorkshire and the North East – Benjamin Lindley from Holmfirth (D. Lindley Electrical Ltd) and Shaheeb Mohammed from Rotherham (Fortem).
Midlands – Liam Bruntlett from Nuneaton (Rob Sykes Electrical) and Connor Jordan from Nottingham (Miller Freeman and Sons).
South West – Myles Nagle from Basingstoke (Lowe & Oliver) and Roxanne Pattern from Reading (Emcor UK).
London and the East of England – Ashley Ramsey from Chafford Hundred (CBRE) and Aaron Housen from Middlesex (Dunamis Heating and Mechanical Services).
South East – David Robinson from Rochester (Creatside Ltd).
Jon Graham, Chief Executive at JTL, says: “All of the twelve apprentices should be immensely proud of their achievements. Being selected as winners for their regions and gaining a place at our National Awards is no mean feat. We have a very talented group of youngsters coming to London and they all deserve recognition for the hard graft they’ve put in during their apprenticeships. Each has excelled in their region and we wish them every success in the future.”
We’d also like to acknowledge all our apprentices who received local winner awards in Stage One of the JTL Regional Awards in England. In the North West they are Thomas Holmes (WH Good Group) and Liam Culliford (Evans Energy Solutions). In Yorkshire and the North East they are Alex Mason (Intelect UK), Ethen Hepplewhite (Opus Building Services). In the Midlands region they are Matthew Young (Sodexo) and Dillon Jones (Derry Building Services). In the South West – Katie Sealey (K S Sealey). In the South East they are Kaelam Ellis Aiken (Newhaven Port & Properties) and Luke Fowler
Best of luck to all of our finalists, and congratulations to everyone else collecting an award on the day!