Plumbing apprentice snaps up top award

SNIPEF Edinburgh and District Annual Awards 2017

Plumbing apprentice snaps up top award

Forth Valley College plumbing student Liam Grant won the David More Trophy for the ‘Best Apprentice’ award at the SNIPEF (Scottish and Northern Ireland Plumbing Employers’ Federation) Edinburgh and District Annual Awards 2017.

Liam, who works for Denny firm James Paterson Plumbing & Heating Ltd, was recognised for his significant achievements in his coursework and his commitment to learning.

His lecturers commended the effort he has made throughout his course and his dedication.

The awards presentation took place at the College’s Stirling Campus on Thursday 5 October.  The SNIPEF Edinburgh and District Branch introduced the annual ceremony to recognise those apprentices who excel in their performance at either Forth Valley, Edinburgh or Borders College.

In addition to the overall prize, students from each college are presented with awards in the following categories; Best 1st year apprentice; Best 2nd year apprentice; Best 3rd year apprentice; and Best Improved Apprentice.  

Forth Valley College winners for 2017 were:

Best 1st Year Apprentice – Jamie Traill employed by Tom Findely & Co Ltd, Glasgow

Best 2nd Year Apprentice – Jordan Muir employed by Jim Fagan, Bathgate

Best 3rd Year Apprentice – Ross Anderson employed by Howden Plumbing, Stirling


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