Celebrating Success! Electrical Apprentices Awarded for Outstanding Achievements
Highlands College Electrical Department honoured two students with an Apprentice Of The Year Award and an Outstanding Achievement Award today as a reflection of their success on Level 3 Diploma in Electrical Installations.
Trophies were presented to Stephen Casey who received the ESM Outstanding Achievement Award and Rhys Le Voguer for Apprentice of the Year, which is awarded in memory of Adrian Lynch who was a former Electrical Student at the college.
Adrian’s father, Danny Lynch presented the award and said;
“Adrian really enjoyed his time at Highlands and I am proud that they have honoured his memory in this way”.
Each student was presented with tools and equipment from ESM Electrical Supplies & Machinery, who kindly sponsor the awards.
Tony Tyrer, Director of Construction and Engineering at Highlands College commented:
“These awards are well deserved and a reflection of the hard work of the students along with the dedication of our staff in
providing high quality training to suit the needs of industry”
Spotlight on Rhys Le Voguer – Apprentice of the Year Award in memory of Adrian Lynch
Rhys works for Brady and Gallagher and has been awarded Apprentice of the Year as a result of his success in achieving the City and Guilds Level 3 Diploma in Electrical Installation. This year, he has also completed the City and Guilds 2394 Initial Testing and Inspection course. His attitude and application to his studies are a credit to both himself and his employer. He plans to take some time out to travel before returning to the island to continue his career in the trade. DSC_8494
Spotlight on Stephen Casey – ESM Outstanding Achievement Award
Stephen works for Gordon Electrical Services and has been out of education for a while. He has worked extremely hard on the course and is close to completing his Level 3 Electrical qualification. He has also gained lots of wider skills whilst attending college and is likely to continue with his training in the future.
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