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No rubbish here! Safe and Secure celebrate apprentices success

No rubbish here! Safe and Secure celebrate apprentices success

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Safe and Secure Training held an awards event at their Newport office base on 9th October to congratulate learners on achieving their apprenticeships.  Employees from Newport City Council Waste Management department were presented with their Sustainable Resource Management framework certificates.  The event was opened by Peter Clissold, Director at Safe and Secure Training.  Peter commented on the hard work the learners had put in to achieving their apprenticeships, many returning to learning for the first time since leaving school.  The local Councillor thanked the employees for their hard work and congratualted them on their achievements.  Carl Dockings who supervises many of the the successful employees, and has also completed the apprenticeship himself, commented on his team's mental toughness to do such a challenging and important job in all weathers and sometimes tough conditions.

Following the certificate presentations, Christine Thomas from Newport City Council, announced Sam Shingler as the Apprentice of the Year award winner for his committment to the apprenticeship programme.

Safe and Secure Training, a QSA partner, deliver Sustainable Resource Management apprenticeships at Level two and three and have this year started to deliver the new level 4 qualification.