Salters’ City and Guilds Prizes

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The Process Plant Operation Scheme is aimed at learners already following a modern apprenticeship programme seeking a technical certificate, or if they wish to further their career within the process technology industry, and is well supported by industry including multi-national companies who operate overseas. The Salters’ Institute allocates prizes totalling £1,000 to top students at each level of the Chemical Process Scheme.


Name Organisation
1st Prize Dean Stevens Gen2
2nd Prize Andrew Buckland Dow Corning
3rd Prize Adrian Hendon Dow Corning
Name School
1st Prize Maariyah Rawat Kirklees College
2nd Prize Emily Shaw Kirklees College
3rd Prize Reece Connolly Kirklees College
Position Name School
1st Prize Jack Duff West College Scotland, Greenock Campus
Position Name School
1st Prize Jamie Houston West College Scotland
2nd Prize William Sample Teeside University
Name School
1st Prize David Hands Trafford College
2nd Prize Cameron Appleyard The TTE Technical Training Group
3rd Prize Darren Welsh James Watt College, Inverclyde
Name School
1st Prize Michael Watts Dow Corning
2nd Prize Ian Lynas Middlesbrough College
3rd Prize Mark Donnelly Middlesbrough College
Name School
1st Prize Rhodri Jenkins Dow Corning

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