Karly Lynch won the Personal Achievement Award, sponsored by Foster Wheeler Energy Limited, whilst Jonathan York was awarded Apprentice of the Year, sponsored by Mustang Engineering. The Supporting Engineering Construction Activities Award, sponsored this year by Worley Parsons EAMES Holding Ltd, was won by Thomas Barratt and Jordan Norval took home the award for Best Practical Work, sponsored by Jacobs. Richmond upon Thames College also presented special awards to Nicky Clarke and Louise Wiesztort for their efforts throughout the year.
"This has been another excellent year for the ECITB apprentices at Richmond upon Thames College," said Tracey Shelley, Regional Account Manager for the ECITB. "With the number of learners doubling this year, it is fantastic to see that the standards achieved by the apprentices have remained consistently high, creating a real challenge when selecting the award winners. I would like to thank the College staff team for their support of the learners and their continued collaboration with the employers and ECITB."