Alex Livesey wins Supply Chain Apprentice of the Year
NIS is delighted to announce that Alex Livesey has been awarded Supply Chain Apprentice of the Year at the UK Nuclear Skills Awards held on Thursday 20th March at the Mercure Hotel, Manchester. The awards ceremony organised by The National Skills Academy Nuclear and Cogent SSC aim to recognise and celebrate exceptional apprentices employed in the nuclear sector.
The Atkins sponsored Supply Chain Apprentice of the Year is awarded to those who have shown commitment to personal development, progression through skills and learning and made outstanding contributions to engineering.
Alex joined NIS in 2009 as a Project Build apprentice, after completing his apprenticeship he started work as a skilled Project Build Fitter and is currently studying for a BEng (Honours) in Mechanical and Production Engineering.
Alex Livesey, NIS Limited: “Winning the Supply Chain Apprentice of the Year is a huge honour, it feels great to have my work recognised by my peers. I would like to thank NIS for their support and I look forward to an interesting and rewarding career in nuclear engineering.
Kevin Orme, Head of Manufacturing NIS Limited: “We were all extremely proud to hear that Alex had been selected as a finalist but not at all surprised. He has progressed and developed at a rapid pace since joining NIS and is an excellent role model for our younger apprentices, and the young people he comes into contact with through our active STEM programme. He is a pleasure to have in the workshop and I’m sure he is going to go on and achieve even greater things in the future”