Association of Heritage Engineers to re-introduce title of ‘Master Craftsman’ into heritage engineering

The Association of Heritage Engineers (AoHE) is re-introducing the title of ‘Master Craftsman’ into heritage engineering to recognise the amazing heritage skills that exist all over the world.

image: AoHE website

The Association of Heritage Engineers writes:

In association with the trade, the AoHE will put together a panel of industry figures who will select those put forward by businesses, colleagues and other organisations*. It will based strictly on merit and contributions to the industry. It will be an honorary title.

The AoHE hopes this will not only help honour and respect the amazingly talented men and women within heritage engineering but also inspire young people entering the business to be nominated and selected to hold the title of ‘Master Craftsman’ in the future and elevate apprentice based training to the position of respect that it deserves.

All nominations must be in by August the 31st of the year with the presentation taking place at the end of November that same year. A maximum of 25 people will be selected each year.

The first awards will be made in November of 2020.  Nominations are now open.

We are looking for sponsors for this event, if you are interested in being part of what we hope will be an annual celebration, please do get in touch using the details below.

Nomination requirements:

  • A minimum of 10 years in a heritage engineering sector
  • A statement, no more than 800 words, on why the nominee should be considered for the award
  • Any supporting evidence that will further aid the selection panel.

*The initial nominee selection group will be the AoHE board of Honorary Vice Presidents and the HSA, as numbers grow the selection panel will be rotated every 2 years

Please send nominations to:

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