Are you the country's best apprentice?

Are you the country's best apprentice?

Published: 24-10-2017

  • Search launched to find UK’s best apprentice installer
  • Year-long competition will set apprentices a series of industry-related challenges
  • Entries will be graded, with regional and national winners announced
  • Overall winner will be named #WeAreWorcester Apprentice of the Year

We’ve launched a nationwide search for the industry’s best apprentice installer.

Our latest competition will set those learning the trade a series of challenges each month, in a quest to be crowned the #WeAreWorcester Apprentice of the Year.

The first challenge sees those wishing to enter the competition tasked with producing a short video explaining why they should be our Apprentice of the Year. Subsequent tasks will be then issued via social media every month, and each entry will be scored and added to the individual’s tally.

The top candidates for each region will then be put forward for a national finale. The overall winner will be crowned Apprentice of the Year, receiving their very own personalised toolbox kitted out with everything they’ll need for life in the heating industry!

To enter the competition and keep an eye out for the monthly challenges, check out our Facebook and Twitter channels. For more information, visit the competition page.


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