Land-based & Aquaculture Skills (ALBAS) Awards
LANTRA Scotland held their Awards for Land-based & Aquaculture Skills (ALBAS) in the Doubletree by Hilton Dunblane Hydro Hotel at the beginning of March.
LANTRA are the Skills Council for the land-based, aquaculture and environmental conservation industries in Scotland. MC and host for the evening was the well-known Perthshire farmer and stand-up comedian, Jim Smith, renowned for his broad Perthshire accent and his jokes with a strong agricultural slant.
Land-based Engineering Learner of the Year this year went to Greig Lambie, an apprentice with Daniel Ross Engineers Ltd in Lanark and who completed his Modern Apprenticeship at SRUC, Oatridge Campus.
Runner up went to Gavin Elrick who also attended SRUC, Oatridge Campus and served his apprenticeship with Fairways GM Ltd in Aberdeen.
The photo shows Brian Sangster, BAGMA Immediate Past President presenting the BAGMA Award to this years Land-based Engineering Learner of the Year, Greig Lambie.