EnerMech Apprentice of the Year Award
The Malcolm Kennedy Apprentice of the Year Award is to celebrate the continuing development of our apprentices and to recognise their commitment and effort towards success.
The Malcolm Kennedy Award pays tribute to an early pioneer of the EnerMech Apprentice scheme, who tragically lost his life in 2010. Without Malcolm’s commitment and support, the scheme would not be what it is today.
All EnerMech apprentices are eligible to receive the award, feedback is collated from the Workshop Supervisors and College Lecturers. The apprentices are also scored on their performance at work and college during the past year.
The winner is announced at an award ceremony which is attended by the EnerMech Managing Director, representatives from Banff & Buchan College, EnerMech Workshop Supervisors and the apprentice team.
Our picture shows Managing Director, Doug Duguid with the 2012 Apprentice of the Year, Sam McKay and Jarvis Ferguson, who received a Commendation Award.