Winners of the ACR Trainee of the Year Awards 2015
The ACR Trainee of the Year Awards 2015 had seventeen entrants from colleges and training companies in the industry. The judges whittled the entrants down to one winner, two highly commended winners and three finalists.
Here are the results:
Here are the results:
Winner of the ACR Trainee of the Year
This year's winner of the awards is Joshua Lincoln, employed by Adcock Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Ltd.
The Judges said:
“An outstanding and incredibly strong application. Joshua’s submission clearly demonstrates his keen interest, attitude and approach to his working career. He took the time to make his submission presentable, the content complete and the supporting information comprehensive. His list of qualifications and especially the references from customers was impressive. He clearly demonstrated and detailed his work to date and I am sure his plans to move into a management roll will come to fruition.”
Highly Commended Winners
Peter Coupe was one of our Highly Commended Winners. Peter is employed by DD Cooling and was trained by Practical Refrigeration.
“A strong application that shows a committed member of the refrigeration industry. Clearly Peter has impressed his customers and his company which demonstrated that he, even at this stage in his career, was already adding value to the business. He showed a willingness to adapt and learn new skills through his positive attitude.”
Christopher Lake was the second of our Highly Commended winners. Christopher works for JD Cooling Systems Ltd and was trained by Grimsby College.
“Peter has shown he’s impressed his customers and his company which meant that he, even at this stage in his career, was already adding value to the business. His application demonstrated that he is a committed member of the refrigeration industry. He showed a willingness to adapt and learn new skills through his positive attitude.”
The competition was tough this year and the judges recommended that the Awards recognised the strong entrants. They are Daniel Duckett, George Stevenson, and Liam Smith.
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