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The LRCTG held our 2018 Annual Award event on Thursday 4th October at the fantastic Pewterer’s Hall venue.
The Awards recognises our Group Membership staff and trainee’s personal progression and achievement.
We are proud that essential priorities within the Construction Sector such as Training and Upskilling are strongly supported by the building and construction firms within the training group.
We are delighted that the following people either achieved Highly Commended or Winner status across the range of categories.
Best Apprentice / Trainee
- WINNER – Sophie Duggan – Chelmer Housing Partnership
- Highly Commended – Ed Barns – Rooff Limited
- Highly Commended – Edward wyman – K and M McLoghlin
- Highly Commended – Najibah Khan – Westgreen Construction
- Highly Commended – Devral Hawkins – Bastows
Best Performance as a Mature Student
- WINNER – Collin Brome – Cosmur Construction
- Highly Commended – Ben Tarrant – Rooff Limited
Best Performance in Continual Improvement (under 25)
- WINNER – Mert Aycil – Westgreen Construction
- Highly Commended – Tom Kyprianou – Rooff Limtied
- Highly Commended – Ryan Leary – Rooff Limited
- Highly Commended – Kelly Aldridge – K and M McLoughlin
Best Performance in Continual Improvement (over 25)
- WINNER – Nicu Zafiu – Rooff Limited
- Highly Commended – Lauren May – Westgreen Construction
- Highly Commended – Alison Dwyer – K and M McLoughlin
- Highly Commended – Michael Greenwood – Cosmur Construction
Best Management Trainee
- WINNER – Molly Brady – Astins Ltd
- Highly Commended – Ben Whelan – Rooff Limited
- Highly Commended – Dominic Owers – Rooff Limited
Best Training Provider
- WINNER – Mike Farrell – Construction Management Training
- Highly Commended – Graeme Borrill – IMP Training
- Highly Commended – Dave Simpson – STS Complete Health and Safety
- WINNER – Bastows
- Highly Commended – Construction Youth Trust
Special Recognition Award
- WINNER – Allan Montague – K and M McLoughlin
- WINNER – Brendan Parker – John F Hunt Ltd
- WINNER – Charlie Lambert – K and M McLoughlin
Our best wishes go to all the winners and nominees for the continued development of their careers.
Steve Drury, Chairman of the London Region Construction Training Group, opened the second Annual LRCTG Awards last night at The Pewterer’s Hall in the City of London.
Last nights Awards celebrated personal and organisational achievements within the London training group members and partners. The Awards were presented by Jean Duprez MBE who also gave a motivating speech and a call to continue supporting the need for more apprentices in our industry.
Steve Drury, Chairman of the London Region Construction Training Group, opened the first Annual LRCTG Awards last night at Carpenters Hall in The City of London.
Last nights Awards celebrated personal and organisational achievements within the London training group members and partners. The Awards were presented by Carl Rhymer, Customer Deliver and Engagement Director of the CITB who also gave a key note speech supporting the need for more apprentices and the work that training groups such as the LRCTG can deliver.
Professional Photographs to follow
The next group members meeting will be held at The Broadway Theatre Barking, on Thursday 3rd December 2015. Members and Partners will meet over a Breakfast Networking Session followed by Presentations from the CIPD (Chartered Institute of Personnel Development) and member companies about their approach to apprenticeships.
The LRCTG are pleased to support the launch of the brand new Go Construct Website which is an industry backed construction careers guidance toolkit, delivered in association with the CITB. Steve Drury, Chairman of the LRCTG says ‘The new website is a fantastic tool which will enable young people and those looking at the industry for the first time, to gain invaluable information about the diverse range of jobs and careers available in the sector. The LRCTG strongly support this new industry initiative as it is vital that we encourage new talent into the industry to help fill the current and future pending skills gaps.’