Trevor Deacon, Trainer/Assessor at West London Training Ltd has been awarded £2,000 in the 2013 BPEC Life Awards.
Trevor was presented with the Award to travel in May 2014 to the Zimbabwean town of Marondera to an orphanage called Musha Wevana. He will be accompanied by an eight person team who will provide hot water to four houses for showering and kitchen use and will also be refurbishing the shower cubicles.
Trevor’s project is one of four awards totaling over £30,000 presented by the BPEC Charity – the charitable arm of BPEC, which is the leading training and certification provider to the building services engineering sector.
They were announced at an awards ceremony attended by 100 representatives of the plumbing industry at Pride Park Stadium, Derby, on October 11th 2013. The awards, in memory of BPEC’s founding chairman Raymond J Brooks, were presented by the BPEC Trustees.
To read Trevor Deacon’s project diary go to the Musha Wevana blog.