Are you a roofing apprentice or student studying towards qualified status? ENTER NOW if you think you could be the next BMI Apprentice of the Year!
The BMI Apprentice of the Year 2021 competition, is looking for roofing apprentices who have the skills, drive and desire to build their career in roofing and gain recognition within the sector. The competition tests several aspects of an apprentice, not just roofing skills. The nationwide competition gives both pitched and flat entrants the chance to demonstrate their roofing, personal and business skills– giving them the chance to win this much coveted award.
Through our work at the BMI Academy and our support of roofing colleges and training centres, we get to see how talented so many of our new roofers are and we want celebrate this! The future of the roofing sector is bright and it is these young stars that are shining the way.
The competition is open for entries until the 1st October, with the final due to take place at the BMI Academy on the 17th and 18th November.
This year’s theme is influence and we’ll be asking entrants to tell us their views on what has influenced them and how they think they can influence others within the roofing sector.
So if you’re a roofing apprentice looking to take the next step in your career ENTER the competition today, or if you know an apprentice that deserves to be recognised make sure they are aware of this year’s BMI Apprentice of the Year 2021 competition.
Enter the BMI Apprentice of the Year 2021 competition here, don't forget to check out the terms and conditions.
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