At the end of October, Richmond upon Thames College won ‘Best Training Provider’ at the ECITB (Engineering, Construction Industry Training Board) Awards 2022.
The College was nominated along with Forth Valley College, Hexis Training and Hydratight HTL.
The College won the award for being an exceptional ECITB approved training provider with a proven track record in delivering high quality training and assessment and through this, has created a positive impact with learners and employers throughout 2021.
The award acknowledges and celebrates Richmond upon Thames College as an exceptional ECITB approved training provider and recognises the impact it has made by delivering exemplary training to learners and employers.
Sheila Fraser-Whyte, Executive Director of Business Development and Innovation at RuTC was delighted to accept the award on behalf of the college, saying “Winning this award (Best Training Provider) is an absolute honour for our Engineering and Construction team.
“We know we provide the highest quality level of training but feel extremely honoured to have won such a highly regarded award.
“Huge thanks go to our brilliant Engineering and Construction teachers, for all of their hard-work, passion, effort and commitment to their students and subject.”
As well as taking home an ECITB award, RuTC engineering student, Mikey Boncey was nominated for ‘Scholar of the Year’ which although he didn’t win, was declared a finalist.
The Engineering Construction Industry Training Board (ECITB) is the employer-led skills, standards and qualifications body for the development of the engineering construction workforce of Great Britain.
Learn more about studying Construction and Engineering at Richmond upon Thames College, here.