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WorldSkills UK 2016 - Meet the Engineering Winners ...

The following finalists competed at the WorldSkills UK Finals 2016 held at The Skills Show (17-19 November 2016) and won Gold medals:

avionic-winner

aeronautical-mechanical

Aeronautical Engineering: Avionic
David Firth
Marshall Aerospace and Defence Group

Aeronautical Engineering: Mechanical
Ben Higgins
QinetiQ
 CNC-milling  CNC-turning
CNC Milling
Leigh Clarke
Electroimpact UK Ltd
CNC Turning
Katie Goodwill
Rolls-Royce
construction-metalwork industrial-electronics
Construction Metalwork
Christopher Taylor
Training 2000 Ltd
Industrial Electronics
Christine McDowell
Belfast Metropolitan College
 manufacturing-team-challenge  mechanical-engineering-cad
Manufacturing Team Challenge
Andrew Joyce, Mark Smith and James Thomason
CarnaudMetalBox
Mechanical Engineering CAD
Ross Megahy
New College Lanarkshire
 mechatronics-advanced-2   mechatronics-higher 
Mechatronics Advanced
Matthew Webb and Tom Coote
BMW UK Manufacturing
Mechatronics Higher
Alex Bufton and Jamie Mann
Toyota Manufacturing Ltd
sheet-metal-work  skill-weld
Sheet MetalWork Technology
John-Robbie Sanderson
Training 2000 Ltd
Welding (SkillWeld)
James Leigh Elliott
Alstom Power

 

See the full list of Gold, Silver and Bronze medal winners.


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