Five of the trust’s apprentices were recognised for their hard work at an annual NHS estates apprentices awards evening recently.
Jamie Boylan, Jake Hopkins, Benjamin Larkin, Thomas Redpath and Zach Trattles got their certificates at the Northern and Yorkshire NHS Assessment Centre’s estates apprenticeship programme awards at the Radisson Blu hotel in Durham.
Director of estates and facilities Peter Mitchell was also at the event to present an award and to congratulate all apprentices.
The programme was set up by Bill Murray OBE in 1974 as a way of providing training in engineering, electronics, plumbing and joinery.
Regional training and development manager Eileen Bayles said: “They are among the best young apprentices in the region.
“The scheme is successful because the apprentices know that if they work hard and are dedicated then they will have a fantastic career to look forward to in the NHS.”