Vital Apprenticeship Duo Distinguish Themselves at BESA & CIBSE Awards

Vital Energi are celebrating after two of the apprentices on our Green Energy programme have been named as finalists at two of the industry’s top apprenticeship awards.

1 Panel Session Abby Whitelock Steve Hunt Nick Gosling Harvey Hudson

Harvey Hudson, one of our Building Services Engineering Apprenticeships had been named as one of the 6 people on the CIBSE Apprentice of the Year Award (Level 3-4).

Harvey has been working in various departments, such as Design, Work Winning and Commercial and is now excited to be moving onto site-based work whilst continuing his studies at The City of Liverpool College.

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We founded our Apprenticeship programme to address the skills gap in the green energy industry and identify future leaders who will drive the industry forwards to achieve Net Zero and I believe that in Harvey and Leah we have found two exceptionally talented youngsters. I’d like to congratulate them, and all the other candidates, on their amazing achievements and contribution to the industry.

Jenny Jackson, Resource Manager - Vital Energi

Leah Hardaker, an Apprentice Mechanical Engineer with Vital Energi was named as the winner of the BESA North West Heating & Ventilation Level 2&3 Apprentice of the year and will now go on to represent the North West at the BESA National Awards taking place in London on the 20th October.

This is a fantastic achievement for Leah, who joined us as a Mechanical Engineer (Pipe Fitter) as part of our Pre-Fabrication team and is taking a 4-year apprenticeship with us.  Leah is site-based and works on a variety of projects whilst also attending Salford City College.

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