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Score Apprentices Amongst Scotland’s Best at 2017 Craft Competition

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.

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Score Apprentices compete at 2014 Scottish Engineering Apprentice Craft Competition

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.

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Apprentices Score at Scottish IMechE Engineering Craft Competition and Annual Awards Ceremony

At a ceremony held at the Score Vital Training and Conference Centre in Peterhead, a Score Apprentice was rewarded for his achievement in coming runner-up in the prestigious Annual Scottish IMechE (Institution of Mechanical Engineers) Engineering Craft Competition for 1st-year Apprentices.

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Scottish IMechE First Year Apprentice Craft Competition

The Scottish First Year Apprentice Craft Competition is a competition that is held annually. The competition is designed for 1st year apprentices under the age of 18 at the time of the competition. The focus of the competition is on mechanical and electrical engineering and it consists of practical and theory assessment, based on the Performing Engineering Operations Level 2 qualification standard.

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