Ceremony to recognise outstanding work at the Land-based Technology Unit.

A farewell ceremony was held recently with students from the Land-based Technology department at Glynllifon. There was an opportunity to thank the students who had completed the Level 2 and Level 3 courses in very challenging circumstances, given the global pandemic.

Esmor Wyn Hughes, BTEC Co-ordinator Level 3 Extended Diploma in Agriculture, said.

“The perseverance of students over the past year has been highly commended. This BTEC course involves a lot of practical work, in the workshop, and due to constraints, this had not been possible all year round. But despite that, the students have shown endurance and perseverance. ”

He added -

“Holding an event like this, so that we as a College can show our appreciation to the students is very important to us as a department. All the students received a certificate, and some received additional recognition, for their outstanding work during the past academic year. ”

There were also competitions on the day which included tractor driving, driving a Telescopic handler and using the welding Simulator.

The winners of these competitions were -

Level 2 Land-based Engineering - Iolo Jones Evans

Level 3 Land-based Engineering (Year 1) - Tomos Price

Level 3 Land-based Engineering (Year 2) - Bedwyr Tomos Davies

Awards were made to the following individuals for outstanding work and effort during the academic year

Level 2

Best development - Sion Parker

Student of the year - Iolo Jones Evans

Level 3

Best Development – Gwilym Welsh

Best Practical Student - Guto Brady

Student has shown the best commitment to the course - Osian Robert Huw Jones.

Student of the year- Bedwyr Tomos Davies

Thanks to the following companies for sponsoring the event.

GNH Agri, Emyr Evans and company, Eifion Hughes.

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