Promising Project Controller at Nortech scopps prestigious Apprenticeship Award
A promising engineer at a leading North East engineering design and project management company has been rewarded with a highly respected apprenticeship award for his hard work.
Alan Simmons, 21, who has been with Nortech Group as a project control apprentice for a year, has been awarded the NETA Project Control Apprentice of the Year Award./p>
NETA is one of the UK’s largest vocational training providers for engineering construction companies.
Alan, from Stockton, is studying towards a four-year advanced apprenticeship in project control with the training provider.
He said: “I am absolutely thrilled to have won such a prestigious award. I have always had an interest in engineering and it is nice to be recognised for all of the work that I have put in over the last year, which has been both challenging and rewarding.
“I am now looking to push on with my studies and progress at Nortech by gaining further experience in project controls and the engineering sector.”
Bryan Bunn, managing director of Nortech Group, said: “I would like to congratulate Alan on winning such a respected award, which is fully deserved. Alan has a bright future ahead of him, and I would like to wish him all the best with his studies.”
John Curran, Alan’s tutor at NETA, said: “Alan is a hardworking and dedicated individual who has a real hunger for the profession, and this award is hugely deserved. He is also an excellent role model for his fellow classmates, who look up to him, and he is a very worthwhile recipient of our Project Controller Apprentice of the Year Award in what was a competitive group of candidates.”