Double Distinction * for Bradley

Apprentice Bradley Marshall achieves double Distinction *

EN:Able Futures apprentice Bradley Marshall has done himself and his host company Alan Wood & Partners extremely proud by achieving two Distinction * grades for the second year of his Level 3 Apprenticeship in Construction and the Built Environment.

Adding that to the Distinction * he already got in his first year, his total grade for the qualification is now a triple Distinction*.

Bradley also won the EN:Able Futures Technical Apprentice of the Year 2021 in our Social Value awards that took place in June.

Mike Blake, Director, Alan Wood & Partners - "We're very happy to have Bradley working with us and are happy to support him in his future career, which we hope will be with Alan Woods after he finishes his qualification."

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Written by EN:Able Futures

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