04 Jul 2018
Over 70 prizes were awarded to students during Glasgow Clyde College’s end of term prizegiving.
Students from the Faculty of Engineering, Computing and the Built Environment picked up their awards which recognised their hard work and dedication within the College but also acknowledged their external commitment and experience with industry partners and employers.
Collecting his award at The Trades House of Glasgow, John Taylor who won apprentice of the year in SVQ Level 2 Plumbing Second Year, said: “I’m delighted to receive the SVQ Level 2 Plumbing - second year prize. It’s nice to be recognised for all the hard work that I’ve put in throughout the year. I also recently won silver at the SkillPLUMB competition, so it’s been a great way to finish the year.”
Glasgow Clyde College’s annual prizegiving is an important end to the year, celebrating student successes and progression plans as they move into the world of work or further education.
David Innes, Assistant Principal for the faculty, said: “Prizegiving as a great opportunity to reward students of their hard work throughout the year. Within the department, we are committed to providing exceptional learning opportunities through practical and theoretical work.
“We work with over 1,000 industry partners who provide insights, knowledge and work placements to ensure all our students are as prepared as possible to join the workforce or continued education.”
For more information on courses at Glasgow Clyde College’s courses within engineering, computing, or the built environment, please visit www.glasgowclyde.ac.uk.