Applications

Annual Training Awards Application

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The Plaisterers’ Training Awards recognise the highest standards of achievement in training and education within the UK plastering trade. Each category fully reflects crucial aspects of training, education and life-long learning that has now become a priority focus within the British construction industry.

Entries are invited for the following award categories:

National & Regional College Awards:
Harmer Trophy Plus £1250 prize
Sir Thomas Kelly Cup Plus £1250 prize
Collino Trophy Plus £750 prize
Sir John Pirie Cup Plus £750 prize
John G. Robinson Trophy Plus £1500 prize

Student of the Year Award Application

Do you know someone who has achieved something special through training in Plastering and Drylining in the last two years?

After the success of the Student of the Year Award, introduced for the first time in 2010, we are pleased to invite nominations for Student of the Year 2017.

The prize will be for the student or students, who in the opinion of the independent Judging Panel, best fulfil the criteria. The winner will receive a cash prize of £350, a copy of Millars, (the plasterers “Bible”), and a certificate signed by the Master of The Plaisterers’ Company.

Whilst it is expected that most entries will be from Colleges, the competition is open to candidates of all ages who have undergone some form of training and/or assessment whilst working in the plastering and drylining sector in the last two years.

Application details for the Student of the Year Award can be downloaded here.

Apprentice of the Year Award Application

Do you know an apprentice who has achieved something special through training in Plastering and Drylining in the last two years?

The Plaisterers’ Company is pleased to invite nominations for the Apprentice of the Year Award. The prize will be for the apprentice, who in the opinion of an Independent Judging Panel, best fulfils the criteria. The winner will receive a cash prize of £350, and an inscribed copy of Millar’s, (the plasterers “Bible”).

The competition is open to candidates of all ages who have been registered on a national recognised course, i.e. Modern Framework/Trailblazer, and have been employed in the Plastering and Drylining Industry in the past 2 years.

They may be at any level, although it is anticipated that to fully demonstrate the criteria, he/she will have completed one year of training.

Whilst it is expected that most entries will be from Colleges, the competition is open to candidates of all ages who have undergone some form of training and/or assessment whilst working in the plastering and drylining sector in the last two years.

Application details for the Apprentice of the Year Award can be downloaded here.