Wessex Water’s rising star hits new heights

Posted: Wednesday 21st November 2018

The Institute of Water (IoW) has announced Wessex Water apprentice Brandon Morris as one of eight water industry professionals to join their Rising Star programme in 2019.

Earlier this year Brandon became the first ever apprentice to join the IoW’s South West Area Committee, with the aim of helping them deliver a better service to the younger generation joining the institute.

Following the appointment, Brandon said: "I am delighted and overjoyed to work with the Institute of Water and represent Wessex Water within the South West Committee.

"I cannot wait to get involved and show others the opportunities and benefits that come with everything the IoW offers."

The IoW's Phillip Mills added: "I think Brandon will make a great ambassador for the cohort of apprentices and will help us deliver added value for them."

Brandon has now been announced as a Rising Star for 2019, which will provide him with opportunities to help him progress his career within the water industry.

The programme focuses on providing professional development to new talent within the water sector, enabling them to develop their skills and advance their careers.

Brandon said: “This achievement will allow me to attend multiple events, where I will be able to meet and interact with senior water industry professionals with years of experience.

“I will hopefully learn a lot from them, which should help me gain confidence and allow further progression within my career.”

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