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The winners line-up, front row, (left to right): Thomas Bulloch, Dean Scotthorne of NG Bailey (Heating and Ventilation Craftsman Level 3 winner) and Adam James, also of NG Bailey (Building Services Incorporated Engineer winner). Back row, (left to right): Declan Howland of Heating and Pipework Installations (Heating and Ventilation Installer Level 2), Nathan Austin, regional Chairman Daniel Ball, Steve Leighton of BEST, Josh Derry of Shepherd Engineering Services (Electrician Advanced Apprenticeship) and James Wood of NG Bailey (Heating and Ventilation Installer Level 2 Merit).

UK:  Two apprentices with Crowther and Shaw were joint refrigeration winners at the recent training awards organised by the Yorkshire Region of B&ES.

Nathan Austin and Thomas Bulloch won the Refrigeration Engineer Level 3 category at the Yorkshire Training Awards, a joint initiative between the Building & Engineering Services Association and its managing agency subsidiary Building Engineering Services Training (BEST).

The awards, in six hvacr categories, took place at the Yorkshire region’s annual ball at the Cedar Court Hotel in Bradford at the end of January.

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.