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Student of the Year Awards - deadline approaching!

The deadline for the 2012 National Student of the Year Awards is this Friday, so act today and get involved in the biggest event in the training calendar.

Calling all apprentices and their managers! The deadline for entries to this year’s National Student of the Year Awards is rapidly approaching – 6th July.

So if you feel you’ve made an impact in the last year as an apprentice, whether it’s progressing in your everyday role, or working on a specific project that has developed your expertise, you need to get involved and get your boss to nominate you.

The only requirement is that nominees should be refrigeration and air conditioning engineers who are currently working towards a nationally recognised RAC qualification. And there is no upper age limit.

And to all managers, if you have an engineer in training that you think is worthy of competing with the best refrigeration and air conditioning students in the country, ensure they enter.

All of the student of the year finalists will be invited to the annual Cooling Awards ceremony taking place at the London Hilton, Park Lane on 26th September where they will be able to rub shoulders with over 700 of the industries finest and find out who has won the coveted award.

For more details and to enter online simply visit www.coolingindustryawards.com, click the Student of the Year link on the left and follow the instructions

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