Mayobridge SRC student crowned Apprentice of the Year

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Wednesday, April 12th, 2017
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SRC WinnerSouthern Regional College student Kieran Magee has been crowned Apprentice of the year 2017 by the Federation of Master Builders. Kieran has been recognised for his hard work and dedication to Wall and Floor Tiling.
  Apprentices from all over Northern Ireland were eligible and SRC apprentices Jordan Jeffers and Armondas Tamulis were also given Highly commended awards.
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25th March 2017The awards were held recently at the Europa Hotel Belfast and the apprentices were nominated by their lecturers Paul Doran and Paddy Maguire.
  Apprentice of the year Kieran is from Mayobridge and completed Level 3 Wall and Floor Tiling at Newry Greenbankcampus. He is no stranger to awards and has previously achieved gold medals at NI Skillbuild, UK Skillbuild, the Tile Association Trainee of the year and the Montgomery Award. Highly commended award winner Jordan Jeffers is from Portadown and completed the Level 3 Painting and Decorating also at Greenbank. He is also a previous award winner withgold medals at NI Skillbuild, UK Dulux Decorator of the Year and a medal of Excellence at EuroSkills.
  Armondas Tamulis was also Highly commended, he is from Portadown and also studied Level 3 Wall and Floor Tiling at Greenbank. Armondas is also a previous winner of UK Skillbuild Gold andthe Montgomery Award for Wall and Floor tiling. The Federation of Master Builders is an organisation that champions building quality and continuous improvement in building standards.
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25th March 2017 Box AdvertThe prestigious awards highlight the best construction apprentices. From the whole of Northern Ireland 5 apprentices were shortlisted and SRC students made up 3 of these, this shows the standard of teaching and facilities available at the college.
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