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JTL announces Regional Award winners ahead of annual National Awards ceremony

Regional Electrical Award Winner Callum Sharratt from Blackpool being presented with his trophy by Chris Claydon and Clair Bradley of JTL

We are pleased to announce our line-up of winners for the 2024 JTL Regional Awards, which consists of eight electrical apprentices and three mechanical engineering services (MES) apprentices.

Our annual Regional Awards recognise JTL apprentices that have demonstrated outstanding levels of achievement and determination to their learning and development throughout the qualification.

Earlier this month, Chief Executive Chris Claydon and Clair Bradley, Deputy Delivery Director, presented each of the winners with an engraved trophy and £100 in prize money.

They now go ‘head-to-head’ in the hope of being named JTL National Apprentice of the Year at our National Awards taking place at the British Motor Museum in Warwickshire on 13th June.

The 2024 winners are:

Northern

  • Callum Sharratt (Electrical) – Ameon Ltd – Training Officer Michael Morrow

Regional Electrical Award Winner Callum Sharratt from Blackpool being presented with his trophy by Chris Claydon and Clair Bradley of JTL

  • Jordan Rudd (Electrical) – Eric Wright Group Ltd – Training Officer Liam Tyrer

Regional Electrical Award Winner Jordan Rudd from Wigan being presented with his trophy by Chris Claydon and Clair Bradley of JTL

Southern

  • Lewis Heathfield (Electrical) – DH Contracting Associates Limited – Training Officer Dan Hatton

Regional Electrical Award Winner Lewis Heathfield from Hampshire being presented with his trophy by Chris Claydon and Clair Bradley of JTL

  • Dammy Ajibade (Electrical) – T Clarke Plc – Training Officer Kevin Cleverley

Regional Electrical Award Winner Kenneth Ajibade from London being presented with his trophy by Chris Claydon and Clair Bradley of JTL

Eastern

  • William McCallum (Electrical) – Remark Group – Training Officer Nick Bottomley

Regional Electrical Award Winner William McCallum from Peterborough being presented with his trophy by Chris Claydon and Clair Bradley of JTL

  • Ryan Morley (Electrical) – Centrica – Training Officer Pablo Parra

Regional Electrical Award Winner Ryan Morley from Sheffield being presented with his trophy by Chris Claydon and Clair Bradley of JTL

  • Connor Jordan (MES) – Miller Freeman & Sons Ltd – Training Officer Darrell Farmer

Regional MES Award Winner Connor Jordan from Nottingham being presented with his trophy by Chris Claydon and Clair Bradley of JTL

  • Martin Pearson (MES) – Equans – Training Officer Darrell Farmer

Regional MES Award Winner Martin Pearson from Sheffield being presented with his trophy by Chris Claydon and Clair Bradley of JTL

Western

  • Shaun Graham (Electrical) – Microteam Technical Solutions Ltd – Training Officer Nigel Tippins

Regional Electrical Award Winner Shaun Graham from Sutton Coldfield being presented with his trophy by Chris Claydon and Clair Bradley of JTL

  • Chris Lintern (Electrical) – Spectrum Electrical Group – Training Officer Tim Richards

Regional Electrical Award Winner Chris Lintern from Yeovil being presented with his trophy by Chris Claydon and Clair Bradley of JTL

  • Edward Barber (MES) – Sandwell Metropolitan Borough Council – Training Officer Paul Walton

Regional MES Award Winner Edward Barber from Sutton Coldfield being presented with his trophy by Chris Claydon and Clair Bradley of JTL


Chris Claydon, Chief Executive at JTL, commented: “Our annual awards ceremony allows us to celebrate the outstanding achievements of our apprentices. Our 2024 Regional Award winners have all demonstrated exceptional levels of commitment and diligence throughout their apprenticeships.

“Each winner exemplifies the very best of our training programmes, and I have no doubt they’ll continue to excel as they progress in their careers now they have completed their qualification. We look forward to seeing the winners come together at our National Awards ceremony in June where the JTL Apprentice of the Year will be announced.”

JTL’s awards scheme assesses each nominee against four key elements which make up the apprenticeship framework – their practical work onsite, theoretical knowledge, key skills and industrial test scores.

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