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The Apprentice

12 March 2014 | Updated 01 January 1970
Benjamin Maddock of Norland Managed Services has won the JTL National Apprentice of the Year Award 2013.

Ben was picked from JTL’s 13 best building services engineering apprentices across England and Wales, each of whom had won ‘Regional Apprentice of the Year’ in their own area to secure their place at the national final.

The awards took place at the Tower of London (on 26th February) where finalists were commended for excelling in each of the four elements of the apprenticeship framework – practical work on site, theory, key skills and industry test scores, as well as their technical ability, combined with professionalism and confidence.

Norland currently employs 45 apprentices throughout the UK, all of whom are placed on a four year training initiative whilst receiving practical experience on client sites.

JTL is the a charitable training organisation in the building services engineering sector. The award scheme celebrates the highest achieving young trainees in the industry.

Article written by Brian Shillibeer | Published 12 March 2014


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