PHD are pleased to have reached the finalist stage for the Apprenticeship Initiative of the Year category at the CN Talent Awards 2019. We were up against fierce competition, including, Knights Brown, MACE, and Network Rail but ultimately City Building came out on top.

PHD entered the Apprenticeship Initiative of the Year category after a successful year actively promoting and adapting the scheme to be better and more worthwhile for the apprentices. PHD created a new Apprenticeship Coordinator role, so each apprentice had a dedicated person to communicate with.

Whilst we did not win the award, we are happy that our Apprenticeship Scheme reached the finalised stage and has been recognised by the judges.

Danny Dwyer, managing director, said,

“We are delighted to have reached the finalist stage for the Apprenticeship Initiative of the Year award. Over the past year, our team has been dedicated to improving our scheme to the highest quality and we are proud to have been recognized for our hard work. A huge thank you especially to Nicole, our Apprenticeship Coordinator, who has strived in her role and has worked extremely hard to make the scheme the best it can be.”