In June, NESCol (North East Scotland College) hosted Scotland’s best engineering apprentices at their campus in Fraserburgh, for the 2018 Scottish Engineering Apprentice Craft Competition. Sponsored and organised by Score Group plc, the competition saw 16 Mechanical and Electrical engineering apprentices from 9 EAL (Excellence, Achievement & Learning Limited) approved training centres compete to win the prestigious titles.
Taking place last Thursday 14th June, the 2018 Scottish Engineering Craft Competition saw this year’s finest Mechanical and Electrical engineering apprentices in Scotland battle it out to win the prestigious titles.
Score Group plc and training partner Peterhead Engineers Development Limited enjoyed more success at the Scottish Engineering Apprentice Craft Competition award ceremony held at Peterhead Engineering Development Limited’s training centre on Thursday 28th September with our competitor taking second place, following on from two wins in the competition’s mechanical engineering category in 2015 and 2016. Continue reading
Yesterday, 16 of Scotland’s top mechanical and electrical engineering apprentices battled it out at Tullos Training in Aberdeen to win one of two coveted titles at the annual Scottish Engineering Craft Competition. Two of these apprentices were employees of Score Group plc.
On Thursday 8th September an award ceremony was held in Peterhead to recognise the winners of the Scottish Engineering Craft Competition – An annual event that brings together the best Mechanical and Electrical engineering trainees in Scotland.
The Scottish Engineering Craft Competition is an annual event that brings together the best Mechanical and Electrical engineering apprentices in Scotland.
The Scottish Apprentice Craft Competition 2015 will be taking place tomorrow (Thursday 18th June). This year, the competition is returning north after a few years and will be hosted for the first time by Peterhead Engineers Development Limited.
The 2014 Scottish Engineering Apprentice Craft Competition was held at the EKGTA (East Kilbride Group Training Association) training centre on Thursday 26th June. The annual competition sponsored by the IMechE and Score Group plc brings together competitors from colleges and training centres throughout Scotland for a one-day competition to find the best engineering apprentices in the country. Score was well represented by two competitors from Peterhead Engineers Development Limited. All of the entrants had been specially selected by their college or training centre to compete in the competition which tests knowledge and skills gained during their completion of a PEO level 2 qualification.
Score Group’s conference facilities were the host venue for the recent IMechE (Institution of Mechanical Engineers) Scottish Apprentice Craft Competition award ceremony, the competition which brings together the best engineering apprentices in Scotland.
On the 27th June the annual Scottish IMechE Engineering Craft Competition was held with the top engineering apprentices in Scotland competing for the much coveted titles.