CIHT Yorkshire and the Humber Apprentice of The Year Award 2019

Posted on 04 October 2019

3 apprentices from the College were shortlisted for the CIHT Yorkshire and the Humber Apprentice of The Year Award 2019.

The award recognises an apprentice or technician who has best demonstrated a positive impact in the field of highways or transportation in the Yorkshire and the Humber region.

The aim of the Award is to celebrate individual excellence in transportation planning and/or civil engineering within the highways or transportation sector.

Results from our students

  • Winner - David Powell, West Yorkshire Combined Authority
  • Highly Commended - Lynsey Turner, AECOM
  • Commended - Viren Lad, SCP
Paul Firmin, Transport Planning Tutor (L), CIHT President Martin Tugwell (centre) and Award winner David Powell (R)

Paul Firmin, Transport Planning Tutor (L), CIHT President Martin Tugwell (centre) and Award winner David Powell (R)

Industry leaders gathered for the prestigious Yorkshire & the Humber Annual Awards Dinner on Friday 20 September 2019 at the Hilton Hotel, Leeds, they highlighted best practice, professionalism and emerging talent across the industry.

Welcomed by James Leeming, CIHT Yorkshire & the Humber Chair, the guests celebrated the achievements of private and public sector partners in delivering complex projects and individuals who have shown great talent. 

To find out more about our Transport Planning Apprenticeship, you can visit our page here.