Babcock apprentices show talents
FIVE apprentices from a city college scooped a great haul of prizes at a competition.
The apprentices, from City College Plymouth and employed by Babcock, won five out of a possible eight categories at the Institute of Sheet Metal Works (ISME) competition.
Each year ISME, which promotes the science of working and using sheet metal, invites apprentices from across southern England and Wales to compete, giving them a chance to measure their skills against others.
This year the competition had the added bonus incentive that the top six apprentices could be considered for the World Skills UK National Active Final being held in November.
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Julie McLean, director of work-based learning and schools partnerships at the college said: "It's really pleasing to see that the dedication of students and staff who have worked extremely hard, and have been fully committed to aspiring to be the best in their field, has been recognised in such a prestigious competition."
Barry Tippett, apprentice development manager at Babcock, said: "All five were excellent ambassadors for both Babcock and City College Plymouth and the quality of work produced was admired by all in attendance with a fantastic final result of five wins on the day."