Cobra Sport apprentice Sam Woodward has been Highly Commended for the prestigious 'NVQ Level 2 Engineering Operative Apprentice of the Year Award' by RNN Training. The awards are an opportunity to celebrate the achievements of apprentices currently training with Rotherham College.
The Apprentice of the Year award is based upon nominations by apprentice employers along with course trainers based at Rotherham College. The awards are judged by a panel consisting of award sponsors and Training Centre staff.
Speaking about his experience as an apprentice Sam explained:
“As part of my apprenticeship I gained vital technical knowledge including how to use the TIG welding process to safely fabricate stainless steel performance exhaust systems to strict tolerances.
"A highlight of my training was attending Rotherham College, doing so allowed me to learning new skills in an advanced facility and meet new people, making friends with other apprentices. By training with Cobra Sport and Rotherham College I have been able to achieve my aspirational goals in becoming a qualified welder fabricator."
Rachel Abbott, Managing Director at Cobra Sport commented on Sam's award.
"It has been a pleasure to have Sam join the Cobra Sport team. His success has been commended because of sustained hard work, he has an excellent work ethic and has never let a challenge put stop him. He has developed his skills in a short space of time and by doing so has become a valuable asset to Cobra Sport."