Every year the next generation of construction apprentices are recognised at the National Construction College (NCC) Apprentice Awards which is the training branch of the Construction Industry Training Board (CITB).
The NCC is recognised as the leading specialist construction training provider in Europe. This year it will support over 30,000 individuals across the UK including over 1500 apprentices in Scotland – and this year our apprentice David Murray was one of the nominees.
The award ceremonies celebrate the success of those apprentices who have made an outstanding contribution to their studies and have demonstrated a real commitment to kick starting their successful careers in the construction sector.
The Scottish awards took place a few weeks ago at the end of June and although David did not win the prize, to be nominated is an achievement in itself and the Curtis Moore team are all proud of him.
Phil Ford, Strategic Partnerships Director (Scotland) from CITB said:
“The NCC Scotland Awards are a fantastic opportunity to recognise the talent of the future and to showcase construction as an excellent career path for young people. The calibre of apprentices this year was excellent. All of the nominees impressed the judges and the apprentices should be extremely proud of their achievement.
“Congratulations to everyone involved in making the Awards such a success.”