Lyndon London lad, Spencer Stewart has just won the CITB’s NCC Scaffold Apprentice Year Two award, for the London and South East region. And fellow apprentice Lyndon Scaffolder, Charlie Paxton was also nominated.
The National Construction College Apprentice Awards took place in Leytonstone, London and are billed as being where “the next generation of construction apprentices are recognised every year.”
The National Construction College continues to be the largest training provider of its kind in Europe – supporting over 26,000 individuals every year including over 700 apprentices, and enjoying achievement rates well above the national average. And Lyndon is proud to be involved with that, as part of its own in-house training scheme.
The CITB said:
“Each year, at our annual Apprentice Awards ceremonies, we celebrate the success of those apprentices who have made an outstanding contribution to their studies and have demonstrated a real commitment to kick starting their successful careers in the construction sector.”
MD Rob Lynch said:
“Well done to both Year Two winner Spencer Stewart and nominee Charlie Paxton – flying the flag for Lyndon Scaffolding. Awards like this prove that our commitment to a sustainable, young, well-trained workforce is working. We invest heavily in training each year and apprenticeships are the lifeblood our our industry and business.”