We are delighted to congratulate two of our Net Zero apprentices who have been announced as finalists in this year’s BESA National Apprentice of the Year awards.
Aidan Whetham and Ibrahim Qadir have both been announced as the only apprentices from their regions to be shortlisted in the national awards.
Ibrahim Qadir collecting his certificate at the northwest BESA awards
Jenny Jackson, Vital Energi’s Resources Manager explains, “These awards are extremely prestigious and very competitive, so we are delighted that both Ibrahim and Aidan have made the 8-person shortlist and we wish them, and all the other talented finalists, every success.”
Both Apprentices have enrolled on Vital Energi’s Net Zero Apprenticeship and are currently taking their Building Services Technician Apprenticeship in partnership with the City of Liverpool College.
Aidan Whetham collecting his certificate at the Scottish BESA awards.
Jenny Jackson continues, “The Net Zero sector faces a severe skills gap and our apprenticeship programme was designed to find, support, develop and retain the talented and enthusiastic individuals who will lead us to our net zero targets. We certainly feel that Ibrahim and Aidan will make a huge contribution to the green energy sector over the course of their careers and we’re delighted their hard work and dedication have been recognised by BESA.
Both apprentices will now head down to an awards ceremony in London in early October where the winner of the National Technical/Project Engineer of the year will be announced.