NPTC Group of Colleges’ learner, Jude Mallaby has been presented with the Apprenticeship Award from The Worshipful Livery Company of Wales, presented by Keith Shankland in recognition of his commitment and dedication to his studies in brickwork.
Jude, who has completed his NVQ Level 2 Apprenticeship in Brickwork has increased his interest and skills in brickwork whilst completing the course and has improved his confidence while commencing an apprenticeship with local company O R E Brickwork LTD, who provide a professional building service across the local area.
Clare Ward, NPTC Group of Colleges training officer said: “Jude has shown real dedication and commitment to his role at O R E Brickwork Ltd.” These sentiments were echoed by his employer Keiran Evans, Director of O R E Brickwork Ltd who added: “Jude’s progressed well whilst with us, he listens to the guidance we give and puts it into practice.’
Lecturer in brickwork at Newtown College, Bill Evans said: “I am delighted to see Jude gain recognition for his progress and hard work its well deserved.”
The Worshipful Livery Company aims to nurture Welsh talent, and promotes education, science and technology, with particular promotion of skills and associated professional activities in Wales. Jude has been awarded with the Worshipful Livery Award which aims to develop the talents of young people throughout Wales.