IMI Success continues for Yorkshire Coast College
Yorkshire Coast College continue to dominate at the Institute of the Motor Industry Northern Region Apprentice awards
Yorkshire Coast College motor vehicle apprentices continue their impressive stranglehold on the Industry Awards. Apprentices are nominated by their colleges and go forward to a stringent selection procedure consisting of knowledge and skills tests in front of a panel of Motor Industry Judges.
Dan Noon who works at Courtyard Cars in Scarborough has now won the prestigious award four years running. An amazing feat for the local mechanic, who began his apprenticeship at Courtyard upon leaving School. Dan followed the traditional Apprentice route working four days at his garage and attending Yorkshire Coast College motor vehicle apprenticeship programme one day a week.
Autodiesels' Matt Stagg has now won the 2nd Year and 3rd Year Apprentice of the Year Award making it two years running in his category. Matt is really pleased with his achievement and continues to go from strength to strength now working in the Diesel Diagnostics side of Autodiesel.
Bridlington's Tom King, another Yorkshire Coast College apprentice who works for Toby Taylor Motor Engineer, really impressed the judges to pick up the 1st Year Apprentice of the year award. Tom was really proud of his achievement and hopes to build on his skills as he moves forward in his apprenticeship.
Former student scoops prestigious award at national competition
Congratulations to Kirill Savonins, a former level 2 Professional Cookery apprentice at Cafe Fish in Scarborough, who scooped the coveted Silver Medal at Hospitality 2013 Competition which took place at Birmingham NEC.
Kirill cooked up a storm with his Scarborough dab paupiettes stuffed with Scarborough lobster, crab and spinach, with baby pea shoots, crushed potato and vodka lobster bisque. Kirill also received a first for his hygiene.
Congratulations to Amber Neal for prize Fantasy Look
Yorkshire Coast College Hair and Beauty competitions 2013 held at Scarborough Rugby Club was a success with a number of students taking part. All those that competed were a credit to the college and professions and helped raise £210 for Breast Cancer Care though raffle and tombola.
Amber Neal, currently Level 3 Hairdressing Apprentice at Sophisiticutz in Bridlington, wowed the judges with her fantasy hair design and came in 3rd position. The standard of work produced by Amber was exceptional and we wish her the best of luck when she represents us and her salon at National Competitions in Birmingham.