Cambrian Training have been announced as a finalist in the The Roger Hewitt Learning & Development Award (see below) under the auspices of the Chartered Institution of Wastes Management (CIWM)Cambrian Training who facilitate apprenticeships in Sustainable Resource Management say “Waste Management could be defined as the collection, transport and disposal, and the final management of waste and recyclables, including the supervision of such operations, and after care of disposal sites, including actions taken as a broker and dealer.”
The Chartered Institution of Wastes Management (CIWM) has revealed the finalists for this year’s Sustainability & Resource Awards.
CIWM received a record number of entries this year. They have now been through a process of selection to reveal the outstanding finalists.
Tina Benfield, technical manager at CIWM, said: “Not only the most entries ever but the most impressive too. It’s a fantastic testament to the brilliant work going on right across the industry from which all of us can learn.”
These long-standing and well-respected awards are given for outstanding achievement in the sustainability, resource and waste industry.
Judged by experts in the sector, the Sustainability & Resource Awards are given for outstanding achievement in the sustainability, resources and waste industry.
The Roger Hewitt Learning & Development Award
- Education Team, Trident Park ERF, Cardiff
- Milton Keynes College: Offender Learning
- Sustainable Resource Management Team – Cambrian Training Company
The Roger Hewitt Learning and Development Award sponsored by WAMITAB Validate
There are none so important as those who facilitate the learning and development of others, so this award recognises those who commit their time to the education of others within the waste and resources sector.
The Roger Hewitt Learning and Development Award is named in recognition of Rogers long standing and tireless leadership in skills and competence for the waste and resource management industry. In particular, he championed the creation and development of WAMITAB- the awarding body at the heart of the industry – and was its chairman until September 2016. This award recognises leadership and excellence in skills development across the sector.