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CELEBRATING CONSTRUCTION SUCCESS AT THE CIOB & CITB NI STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS

The Construction Industry Training Board NI (CITB NI) and the Chartered Institute of
Building (CIOB) recently partnered on the CIOB & CITB NI Student Achievement
Awards. The awards celebrate success of the achievements of local students in
professional CIOB and NVQ exams throughout the recent training year.
The awards are an acknowledgement of all those who have continued with their
studies and committed to their qualifications whilst working full time.
Eamon Nogher from Felix O’Hare was presented with the Best Overall Performance
Award for his outstanding results in the Chartered Membership Programme in
achieving both the highest marks in Ireland and overseas.
4 students also received their NVQ Level 4 Construction Site Supervisor Highway
Maintenance and Repair certificates from CITB NI’s recent Training in Partnership
Programme. This was delivered by People 1 st  and further supported by The Mineral
Product Association NI (Ltd) and the Institute of Asphalt Technology.
Grant Robinson, Senior Project Manager Amey Roads Ltd, presented a lecture on
the delivery of the new Ulster University Campus, Belfast, which will open to
students in September 2022.

Barry Neilson, Chief Executive CITB NI, who presented students with their
certificates said:
“CITB NI has partnered with CIOB for many years on this event and we are delighted
to see it back after a break due to the Pandemic. Each and every one of the award
winners have invested in themselves, their companies and the local construction
industry and they are each to be commended. Congratulations to everyone who
achieved recognition in their professional exams. It takes hard work and commitment
to study whilst continuing with the day job.”

Roger Gillespie, Chair of the CIOB Belfast Hub committee, commented:
“It was great to see so many people in attendance. The ongoing promotion and
development of professionalism within the construction industry is very important so
it is worth taking time to mark the achievements of people as they progress through
their careers. We are also very appreciative to CITB NI for facilitating the event.”

For further information on CITB NI visit www.citbni.org.uk . Follow CITBNI on
Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. Details on supervisory or management level
qualifications through CIOB contact Julie Fitzsimmons JFitzsimmons@ciob.org.uk .

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