2016 Graduate Scholarship recipients announced

BCITO is very pleased to announce this year's Graduate Scholarship recipients and what they’ll be using their scholarship for:

Justin TaylorBrentton Donaldson, Scammell Painting and Decorating Ltd, Ashburton
Diploma in Construction Management Level 6

Nicholas Laracy, Onform Construction, Auckland
National Certificate in Construction Trades (Supervisor) Level 4

Veitacini Savou, C F King Contracting Ltd, Auckland
Diploma in Construction Management Level 6

Ryan Tesselaar, Foster Construction Ltd, Hamilton
National Certificate in Construction Trades (Main Contract Supervision) Level 5

Justin Taylor, Clelands Construction Ltd, New Plymouth
Diploma in Construction Management Level 6

The five scholarship recipients were able to demonstrate evidence of their successes in the industry to date and all expressed a clear commitment to their trade.

They each demonstrated clear drive and determination to succeed and showed solid career planning - detailing the courses and training that they hope to complete during the next twelve months using the scholarship grant.

Providing access to advanced training programmes, these $3,000 scholarships encourage graduates to further their qualifications and encourage a view of ongoing training as a path to professional success.

BCITO Graduate Scholarships are an ongoing initiative.  If you're an apprentice who will graduate in 2017, keep an eye out for your opportunity to undertake higher learning supported by BCITO later next year.

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