AN APPRENTICE bricklayer from Shetland has won two awards at North East Scotland College’s construction crafts and plumbing ceremony.
Trevor Tulloch, who works for Garriock Brothers in the islands and attends the Aberdeen-based college on block release as part of his apprenticeship, won the best year 1 bricklaying apprentice award and the Grampian Construction Training Group trophy to recognise his efforts in the past year.
North East Scotland College faculty manager Pat Cromar said: “Trevor showed an excellent attitude towards his work with the college, taking great care with his practical work as well as classroom tasks.
“He continually produced the highest standard of work and is a worthy winner of both awards.”
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