The South Wales Institute of Engineers Education Trust award for the best working model or prototype was won by Y Pant School who worked with Waldon Ltd.
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SWIE stands for South Wales Institute of Engineers (est. 1957; UK)
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They got the awards from the South Wales Institute of Engineers Educational Trust (SWIEET) 2008.
The South Wales Institute of Engineers Education Trust award for the best working model or prototype was won by Ysgol Gyfun Gwyr who worked with Schaeffler UK Ltd.
There were 12 prize categories on offer and the Porthcawl team managed to win the 'Best Working Model/Prototype' award sponsored by the South Wales Institute of Engineers Education Grant.
A graduate of the University of Glamorgan with first-class honours in mechanical engineering, he won the South Wales Institute of Engineers award for best overall student on all engineering courses.
Byline: Roland Griffiths Ysgol Llanbedr Pont Steffan FIVE pupils from the technology department at Ysgol Gyfun Llanbedr Pont Steffan, in conjunction with Dragon Machinery based in New Inn, have been awarded the South Wales Institute of Engineers Award for Best Prototype.
Backing the event are the National Council - ELWa (Education and Learning Wales), which promotes and funds Modern Apprentices in Wales, along with the National Assembly, the engineering national training organisation EMTA, and the South Wales Institute of Engineers.
The South Wales Institute of Engineers Education Trust award for 'the best working model or prototype' was won by Ysgol gyfun Llanbedr Pont Steffan who worked with Dragon Machinery Ltd.