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Year to remember for training group

Pictured at Angus Training Groups awards ceremony are back - Connor Prophet, Craft Competition Entrant; Mrs Cobb, presenter of the Neil Cobb Memorial Shield for Apprentice of the Year; Craig Henderson, Apprentice of the Year and Machinist of the Year; Josh Evans, Craft Competition Entrant. Front - Daniel Findlay, Local Apprentice of the Year and Best Hand Skills; John Gibson, Most Improved Apprentice; Fraser Newton, Most Improved Apprentice.

Pictured at Angus Training Groups awards ceremony are back - Connor Prophet, Craft Competition Entrant; Mrs Cobb, presenter of the Neil Cobb Memorial Shield for Apprentice of the Year; Craig Henderson, Apprentice of the Year and Machinist of the Year; Josh Evans, Craft Competition Entrant. Front - Daniel Findlay, Local Apprentice of the Year and Best Hand Skills; John Gibson, Most Improved Apprentice; Fraser Newton, Most Improved Apprentice.

Angus Training Group have revealed their 2014 prize-winners in what was a fantastic year for the organisation.

The overall winner of Apprentice of the Year was Craig Henderson of John M Henderson (Arbroath). The other categories were: Local Apprentice of the Year - Daniel Findlay (AGR Automation, Arbroath); Machinist of the Year - Craig Henderson (John M Henderson, Arbroath); Best Hand Skills - Daniel Findlay (AGR Automation, Arbroath); Most Improved Apprentice - Fraser Newton (NOV Mission Products, Montrose) and John Gibson (GE Oil & Gas UK, Montrose); Craft Competition Entrant - Josh Evans - (GlaxoSmithKline, Montrose) and Connor Prophet (Halliburton Manufacturing, Arbroath).

Alan Swankie, director of Angus Training Group, said: “We are really pleased with this year’s intake. Manufacturing is on the way in this country again and we are delighted to play our part. Next year’s intake of 75 is the highest since 1998, so that bodes well for the future.”

 

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