The FELLOWSHIP is delighted to announce that the winner of its 2018 Bursary Award is Joseph Brown from College Doncaster.
Joseph received his award at a ceremony held at the Institute of the Motor Industry’s (IMI) Annual Outstanding Achiever Awards alongside other High-performing students and trainers within the automotive sector.
His Royal Highness Prince Michael of Kent joined the IMI to present the Awards during a ceremony at its Hertfordshire headquarters.
Congratulating Joseph on his achievement FELLOWSHIP Chairman, Brian Childs, said that everyone at the Fellowship of the Motor Industry are delighted that he won the FMI award and confirmed that with it he will receive a bursary from the FELLOWSHIP (via the IMI) to assist with his studies for the coming year.
Commenting on the Bursary Award Brian Childs said: “The Institute of the Motor Industry, with its’ pivotal role in the motor industry’s training and awards arena, was the obvious partner to develop and action this special project.
“This year sees the third year of the Fellowship’s Bursary Award, with a handsome sum presented to support the further studies of an outstanding apprentice; someone who, it is felt, will be a beacon of achievement for fellow students and a future leader of our industry."
Steve Nash, chief executive at the IMI, said: “The Outstanding Achievers Awards is an important date in the IMI’s calendar - it provides us with an opportunity to congratulate the people who work tirelessly to ensure the training is delivered to a world-class standard, and also the very talented learners who are just beginning their career in the industry.