Haughton and Young Limited held their second Excellence in Training awards ceremony on 30th November in the Celtic Suite at Croke Park.
These awards by Haughton & Young recognise outstanding achievement by our apprentices within Mechanical and Electrical fields for both Junior and Senior and Overall Winner of the year for 2018. The judges based their decision over several different criteria;
- Attendance on site and Solas,
- Performance on site and Solas,
- Attitude to work and learning on site and Solas
- Approach to Work
- Team Player
We would also like to thank our special guests who not only attended the ceremony but gave their time and expertise to help making it a successful event.
Mr. John Small– Dublin GAA Player
Mr. Peter Hinch – Training Consultant for DIT,
Ms. Ciara Ahern – Head of Building Engineering and Assistant Head of School of Mechanical and Design Engineering at DIT,
Mr. Tom Parlon – CIF
Mr. Tom McCormick– CIPHE
Mr. Michael O Leary – SOLAS
Mr. Marcus Dillon – Hibernian Reit, Event Sponsor
Mr. Dan Boyd – Hibernian Reit, Event Sponsor
Haughton and Young Ltd would like to thank all the apprentices for their hard work and commitment throughout the year, also to wish them well going forward as they progress to full qualification. The company is very proud of the Apprentices professionalism and dedication to be the best they can be. These awards acknowledge their workmanship, leadership, teamwork and ongoing commitment to the highest quality standards in everything they do.
Winners of the Junior Mechanical Category: Lee Walsh, Dylan Farrell, Darren Murphy, Dean Darcy, Dylan Brennan, Shane McDonagh.
Winners of the Junior Electrical Category: Ronan Keating, Nathan Harris, Graham O’Reilly.
Winners of the Senior Mechanical Category: Sam Levingston, Mark Dixon, David Dennis, Karl Hanbury, Alistair Foley, Brian Kiely.
Winners of the Senior Electrical Category: Ryan Mooney, Jamie Murray, Pierce Clinton.
Overall Mechanical Apprentice of the Year 2018: Ciaran Smullen
Overall Electrical Apprentice of the Year 2018: James White