Congratulations to Stephanie Betts, Construction Contracting Operations Level 3 Apprentice, who has been shortlisted for the upcoming NASC Apprentice of the Year Award 2019!

NASC is the trade body for access and scaffolding in the UK and produces a wide range of industry-recognised safety & technical guidance for scaffolding contractors, their operatives and their clients.

Stephanie is currently taking part in a five-year Management Trainee programme to become a Contracts Manager. During the programme, Stephanie has shown she is able to work well under pressure and meet deadlines, is well organised and capable of prioritising and juggling several tasks at once when required.

The winner of the NASC Apprentice of the Year Award will be announced at the 2019 NASC Annual Ball & Awards which will take place at the Celtic Manor Resort, Newport Friday 22 November. We wish Stephanie all the best of luck!

 

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