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Awards for Excellence deadline approaches

SummitSkills, the sector skills council for building services engineering, says that time is running out to nominate people for the 2013 Awards for Excellence.
Organised by SummitSkills, the awards recognise the sector's most talented technical and professional operatives and engineers.

Nominations can be made in the following categories and must be submitted by Friday 30 August:
· Experienced Existing Worker of the Year (Mechanical)
· Experienced Existing Worker of the Year (Electrical)
· Technician Engineer of the Year
· Alfred Manly Management Award (for junior and middle managers)
· Professional Engineer of the Year - Ann Noblett Memorial Scholarship
· Environmental Excellence Award

Nomination forms, showing minimum qualifications that nominees must have achieved for each category, can be downloaded at www.summitskills.org.uk/awards. Candidates can be nominated by training providers, colleges or employers.

This year's awards will be held at The Skills Show at the NEC in Birmingham from November 14 to 16. The final of the Skill M&E craft competitions, also organised by SummitSkills, will take place at this event too.

For more information about the Awards for Excellence, call Neil Collishaw on 07834 868946 or email neil.collishaw@summitskills.org.uk



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16 July 2013

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