B&ES Yorkshire awards young talent

besPresentation of this year’s Yorkshire Training Awards took place during the annual ball organised by the Yorkshire region of the Building & Engineering Services Association (B&ES) at the Cedar Court Hotel, in Bradford.

The Yorkshire Training Awards represent a joint initiative between B&ES and its managing agency subsidiary, Building Engineering Services Training (BEST), whose chief operations officer, Steve Leighton, made the presentations.

The awards went to seven employees, of four companies:

• Heating and Ventilation Installer Level 2: Declan Howland, of Heating and Pipework Installations, Leeds.

• Heating and Ventilation Installer Level 2 Merit: James Wood, of N G Bailey, Leeds.

• Heating and Ventilation Craftsman Level 3: Dean Scotthorne, of N G Bailey, Leeds.

• Electrician Advanced Apprenticeship: Josh Derry, of Shepherd Engineering Services, York.

• Building Services Incorporated Engineer: Adam James, of N G Bailey, Leeds.

• Refrigeration Engineer Level 3: Nathan Austin and Thomas Bulloch, both of Crowther and

• Shaw, Huddersfield (joint winners).

Regional chairman, Daniel Ball, of Imtech Engineering Services Central, took the opportunity to congratulate B&ES members in Yorkshire for their commitment to training, and added that it was encouraging to witness the amount of interest the awards had created, and the outstanding quantity and quality of the entrants.

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