The CIOB present awards to Construction Students
Tuesday, 29 June, 2021
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Wakefield College celebrated the achievements of their Level 3 Construction students today when Kat Seymour, North Regional Manager at CIOB (The Chartered Institute of Building) and Sam Dibaj, Chair of the CIOB Leeds Hub, paid a visit to present them with their awards.
Dominic Collomosse, Callum Watson and Joel Crossley, all Level 3 Construction and the Built Environment students, were recognised for their efforts and successes and presented with a CIOB Student Award 2021 by Sam. Jacey Boyle, a Level 3 Electrical Installation student was also awarded the CIOB Student Award 2021. Last year, the awards were presented on students’ doorsteps, this year however the CIOB were able to attend socially distanced to present the awards to the students in person with their certificate and goody bags.
Debbie Lee, Work Placement Officer said “We have a fantastic relationship with the CIOB and were pleased we could welcome them safely to present the awards to our students in person this year.”
Sam, alongside tutors David Balme and Tim Baldock and Executive Director of Student Experience and Support, Clare Allcock, also presented students with the awards for this year’s CIOB Leeds Hub Student Challenge. The student challenge is held every year in June and this year, two Wakefield College teams who entered achieved 1st and 2nd place! The practical challenge event gives students studying for a level 3 qualification in construction a chance to explore the intricacies of a real-life construction project.
Suzanne Black, Head of Curriculum for Construction said “This is a proud achievement for Construction at Wakefield College. After a challenging year in education, to have our learners achieve the first and second awards is a credit to our students, and we are proud to see them being recognised for their ability and hard work."
The Team in first place included Nabeel Butt, Max Burrows, Carnley Gibson, Thomas Hadley, Sam Kavanagh, Dawson Keller, Wagner Lasagno Neto and Reece Woods. The team in 2nd place included Magdalena Brzeszcz, Adam Luke, Arjan Salim and Sa’Arah Shamoon.
Kat said “It’s great to be able to celebrate the hard work of the students after a difficult year. The judges were very impressed by their submissions for the challenge, they are a credit to their tutors.”
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DATE: 29 June, 2021