We are finalists at the Worcestershire Apprenticeship Awards 2016!

3 Aug, 2016

We are pleased to announce that this week we found out that we are finalists at the Worcestershire Apprenticeship Awards 2016, in the category of Small Apprenticeship Employer of the Year.

This award recognises a small employer’s significant contribution to promote and improve apprenticeships in Worcestershire.

We are especially excited as our Operations Director Jennifer Appleton is also a finalist for Apprentice Ambassador of the Year.

Jennifer is extremely passionate about personal development and started our Apprenticeship scheme in 2012. Jennifer is also a board member for a local apprentice networking group, Apprentices in Business. This group brings together apprentices and employers in Worcestershire.

Operations Director Jennifer commented, “We are very proud to have been named as finalists. Apprenticeships and providing opportunities for young people in our local area is something very close to our hearts. I’d also like to offer my congratulations to all of the finalists who demonstrate all the hard work and dedication that goes into making apprenticeships such as success in Worcestershire.”

The awards will take place on Thursday 17th November 2016 at the West Midlands Safari Park.

The awards are now in their third year and celebrate apprentices as well as local apprenticeship providers and employers.

Apprentices have become a fundamental part of our company over the  years and we have now welcomed and mentored 5 apprentices. We currently have 2 apprentices working with us in our Finance and Marketing teams.

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