Show us your best work, Worcester tells apprentices
The third round of Worcester Bosch Group’s Apprentice of the Year competition is under way – and the company wants apprentices to showcase their best work of 2017.
The competition aims to encourage competence and confidence among those joining the trade. Until 1 January 2018, trainee gas engineers who upload an image of their favourite piece of work from the past 12 months will be entered into the manufacturer’s search for the country’s top apprentice.
The competition will see apprentices set a new challenge each month, with points on offer for every entry. In addition to being named Worcester’s Apprentice of the Year, those who enter stand a chance of winning a variety of prizes including Bosch Professional power tools.
Martyn Bridges, director of Technical Communication and Product Management, says: “Now is an important time for the heating industry, with the next generation of talent needed to secure its long-standing reputation for excellence.
“The Apprentice of the Year competition is designed to encourage those entering the trade to take the same level of pride in their work as other qualified installers across the country. We hope as many heating engineers as possible will get involved.”
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