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Constructive rewards for students at Chichester College

Students studying for qualifications in the construction sector have been presented with awards for their hard work during the Construction Prize Giving 2017 at Chichester College.

Brandon Harwood-Telfer.
One of the winners, Brandon Harwood-Telfer.

Three of the awards presented on the evening – Best Level 1 Carpenter, Best Level 3 Apprentice, and the Award for Brickwork – were sponsored by builders and timber merchants, Covers, which is based on Quarry Lane. 

The respective winners of the awards were announced as Oliver Diment, Jake Hickman and Brandon Harwood-Telfer, who each received a trophy and set of tools courtesy of Covers.

Elizabeth Knight, Commercial Delivery Co-ordinator at Chichester College, said: “I would like to thank Covers for their generous donations and for supporting the college’s Construction Prize Giving this year. The evening was a great success and really enjoyable for everyone involved. Congratulations to all our winners!”

Ben Gale, Marketing Manager at Covers, who attended the event, said: “At Covers we run a comprehensive apprenticeship scheme so we are always keen to invest in the future and those wanting to develop a career in construction. It was fantastic seeing so many talented and determined stars of the future during the evening, and it was a pleasure to support Chichester College. Congratulations to all the winners.” 

About Fiona Russell-Horne

Fiona Russell-Horne
Group Managing Editor across the BMJ portfolio.

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