Heritage Engineering Apprenticeships Awards

Heritage Engineering Apprenticeships Awards

The Heritage Engineering Apprenticeship Awards recognise individuals and institutions who have made an outstanding contribution to the advancement of apprenticeships and skills in the field of Heritage Engineering.

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Awarded in recognition of his contribution to the development of the Trailblazer Heritage Engineering Apprenticeship programme.
Karl Carter
Awarded in recognition of his contribution to the development of the Trailblazer Heritage Engineering Apprenticeship programme.
Francis Galashan
Awarded in recognition of his contribution to the development of the Trailblazer Heritage Engineering Apprenticeship programme.
John Pitchforth
Awarded in recognition of their contribution to the development of the Trailblazer Heritage Engineering Apprenticeship programme.
Paul & Andrew Wood
Awarded in recognition of his contribution to the development of the Trailblazer Heritage Engineering Apprenticeship programme.
Graham Nicholls

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The Federation of British Historic Vehicle Clubs exists to uphold the freedom to use historic vehicles on the road. It does this by representing the interests of owners of such vehicles to politicians, government officials, and legislators both in the UK and (through the Federation Internationale des Vehicules Anciens) in Europe.

The F.B.H.V.C. with the aid of The Galashan Trust and many others was instrumental in the creation of both the Levels 2 & 3 apprenticeship frameworks and of the Level 3 Heritage Engineering Apprenticeship Standard which replaced them in 2019.