Posted on the : 11th March 2016
Jack Anderson, a Trainee Engineer at ABLE Seaton Port, is currently working on a weekly College day-release scheme to complete his Level 3 Construction & the Built Environment (Civil Engineering) course. Recently he competed in the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB) North East Student Challenge at Hartlepool College of Further Education and subsequently went on to win the competition!!
This is a day-long contest run by the CIOB where teams were asked to work on a plan centred on Morrison Hall, on Hartlepool’s Headland. The team were asked to consider a number of hypothetical risk scenarios attached to subjects surrounding the environment, health and safety and pollution in the context of a theoretical refurbishment project.
The Hartlepool College team made up of Jack Anderson, James Kemp, Drew Tyrell, Louisa Phillips, Jack Ainscough and Luke Morgan and they were tasked with presenting to a judging panel made up of an Inspection Manager at National House Builders Council (NHBC) and a former regional Chair of the CIOB. They said: “We saw some really great work from the students and it was a real challenge for the judges to choose a winner.”
We would like to congratulate Jack for his excellent achievement and for reciprocating the ABLE Groups continued commitment to apprenticeships and overall encouragement of young talented workers.Return To News...