K10 Apprentice Award Winners 2014

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Here at K10, we like to ensure that the hard work & commitment of our apprentices doesn’t go un-noticed and by way of thanks for this, we want to announce our Annual K10 Apprentice Award Winners. We have been getting feedback from site managers, foremen, college contacts, assessors as well as the wider K10 team and are very pleased to announce the following winners…each walking away with the prized K10 certificate and £25 ScrewFix Vouchers.

Best Site Perfomer – Khairi – JS Wright

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“Firstly I want to start by saying a thank you to K-10 for giving me the opportunity of a life time and to JSWright for allowing me to work and learn from them. Onwards and upwards.”

Khairi Harwood-George

Best Attendance – Ryan – Berkeley Homes

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“I’m not being funny or anything but this award actually means quite a lot to me. I like to think that I just get my head down and get on with it so to have my effort recognised in this way is not something I expected. I’m actually buzzing.”

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Most Valuable Player – Hollie – Laing O’Rourke

“Enthusiasm is one of the most powerful engines of success. When you do a thing, do it with your might. Put your whole soul into it. Stamp it with your own personality. Be active, be energetic, be enthusiastic and you will accomplish your objective. Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm. I am grateful for the award. The managers and people I have worked with have been extremely helpful and approachable, to be honest I couldn’t have met better people” – Hollie Bennett

Most improved apprentice – Harvey – Errigal

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Best College Attendance – Daniel – M Donovan

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“Daniel has been a pleasure to work with. He has a great work ethic and gets on extremely well with the team and we are very happy to offer him a full time position after he completes his apprenticeship in February 2015.” – Des Scanlon

“I have really enjoyed my experience working with M. Donavon and K10. I have learnt a lot this year and am excited to start my career as a painter and decorator.’” – Daniel Jones

AND FINALLY…THE WINNERS OF THE ANNUAL K10 RAFFLE

1st Prize – £150 – HOSTIN WINTZ

2nd Prize – £100 – ZAVIER DLR PEART-LAWRENCE

3rd Prize – £50 – MOHAMMED MUSSA

We’d like to take this opportunity to thank you all for your support in 2014. Have a wonderful Christmas and here’s to a cracking 2015 all round.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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