Wales will need an extra 11,000 construction workers by 2028 to meet demand.
November 2022

Megan Williams, Training Co-ordinator wins Apprentice of the Year

Huge congratulations to Megan Williams who won the Apprentice of the Year category at the Caerphilly Business Club Awards on Friday evening.

Christopher Rosser, director at The Construction Hub Academy commented, “We constantly receive comments from our customers that Megan is so helpful and accommodating when booking on our courses. She goes above and beyond in her job and at such a young age, is the essence of what the Construction Hub Academy is all about by helping people upskill and thrive in their chosen career. Megan has a bright future, and we are all extremely proud of her winning this prestigious title.”

Thank you too for the sponsors of the category Educ8 Training and congratulations to all the other finalists and winners. It was a fantastic evening and really showcased what amazing businesses we have in Caerphilly County Borough Council.

Fantastic news that the event also raised £1,850 for a well-deserved charity Alzheimer's Research UK.

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