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18 year old becomes youngest EngTech

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Eighteen- year-old Aecom transport apprentice Dominik McCormick is the youngest person to be awarded ICE technician status – EngTech MICE.

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McCormick  is a student at Solihull College. “I chose an apprenticeship to pursue my desired career as an engineer and to gain valuable work experience whilst still continuing to study,” he said. “My future plan is to become a chartered civil engineer.”

ICE membership recruitment director Steve Feeley said: “I’d like to congratulate Dominik on his achievement. I commend his commitment and dedication.”



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