G4C Wales were delighted to announce their inaugural award ceremony, taking place at the Senedd on Thursday 12th July.
These awards celebrate achievements of our future leaders and the organisations supporting and shaping the future of our industry. They provide an exclusive opportunity for G4C Wales to celebrate outstanding examples of excellence and best practice within our sector.
The candidates shortlisted for the G4C award from Cyfle Building Skills this year were:
-Dylan Evans (Electrical)
-Lynsey Davies (Technical)
-Kim Palfrey (Carpentry)
Lynsey has been an apprentice on the Shared Apprenticeship Scheme (Cyfle
Building Skills) since September 2016. After her first year with Cyfle, in the
summer of 2017 Lynsey was chosen to help manage an overseas project
out in Uganda. The overseas project was a Maternity ward in the village of
Kachumbala, Lynsey is an inspiration to the industry and her story truly does
define professional development.
At the age of 18 Dylan joined the Army and served in Bosnia for 5 years.
Dylan was keen to learn a trade and for several years had been unsuccessful in
obtaining an apprenticeship due to the challenges he faced with his age and
But, due to perseverance and commitment, he was successful in gaining an
opportunity on the Shared Apprenticeship Scheme.
Dylan has been an inspirational Electrical Apprentice with his commitment,
passion, drive and enthusiasm throughout his time on the course.
Both Lynsey and Dylan went on to win the Apprentice of the year award in their own Trade.