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National Apprenticeship Awards 2021 Regional Winners Announced

Tuesday, October 19th, marks the beginning of the 2021 Regional Apprenticeship Awards National Finals, with a virtual ceremony commending apprentice employers, apprentices, stocks of interest and champions nationwide.

In its 18th year, the National Apprenticeship Award highlights the benefits that apprentices bring to individuals, businesses and communities, and celebrates the success of those who go beyond making a difference.

This year, over 1,000 entries were received from apprentice employers, apprentices and apprentice champions from across the UK. The perceived breadth of industries and sectors emphasizes the broad appeal of apprenticeships and the way employers and individuals continue to build business and career success through apprenticeships.

Skills Minister Alex Burghard said:

As a new Minister of Skills, I have a great deal of faith in what apprentices can do for their employers, the economy, and the apprentices themselves. Congratulations to all who participated in the finals in these regions.

The apprentice is a great incubator. These candidates show how potential apprentices are likely to provide work opportunities and skills. Everyone involved, please do your best.

We sincerely hope that you will enjoy the wonderful ceremony and celebrate the success and success of your apprenticeship in your area. And thank you all.

Peter McCrow, director of apprenticeship, education and skills funding agencies, added:

Apprentices and apprentice employers are currently raising the apprentice’s flag. I am impressed with its commitment to rebuilding the economy and driving change.

Also, I’m happy to see the “Apprentices in Action” miniseries supported by EY. Also, I can’t wait to see some of the great stories that are shared or shared.

This year’s Apprentices in Action series, announced by EY, honors employers who have retained their apprenticeships and helped them perform well throughout the pandemic, following the success of last year’s Apprentices on the Frontline campaign. ..

In 2021, we will focus on how employers and apprentices contribute to business recovery, and focus on those who have shown continuous resilience.

Winners of the Special Awards will be selected from a short list of the most exciting “apprentice” stories and presented at national ceremonies.

The winners announced at the West Midlands are:

Highly rated as a winner in the Employment category:

  • The BCS for SME Employer of the Year is Lander Automotive Ltd. PennyPostCreditUnion Ltd is highly regarded.
  • The British Army’s Employer of the Year Award is the Coventry Building Society. RWE Renewables UK Limited is highly regarded.
  • The winner of the Macro Employer of the Year is JC Bamford Excavators Limited. Mitchells & Butlers are highly regarded.
  • The winner of the Recruitment Excellence Award is JC Bamford Excavators Limited. Mitchells & Butlers are highly regarded.

Highly rated as winners in individual categories:

  • The Marshall Award for Intermediate Apprenticeship is Morgan Fisher. Callam Bassett is highly regarded.
  • The winner of the BT Award for Advanced Apprentice of the Year is Gavin Archer. Alex-Louise Jones is highly regarded.
  • The Royal Navy’s Apprenticeship of the Year award is Lauren Carroll. Jaymz Goodman is highly regarded.
  • The Lloyds Banking Group Award for the Rising Star of the Year is Nihaldillon. Thomas Bartlett is highly regarded.
  • The Royal Air Force Award for Apprentice Champion of the Year is Louise Ward. Emma Horn is highly regarded.

The winners announced at the East Midlands were highly regarded as follows:

Highly rated as a winner in the Employment category:

  • BCS for SME Employer of the Year is DeNtal22
  • The recipient of the British Army’s Employer of the Year Award is the Chesterfield Royal Hospital Foundation Trust. Nottingham City Homes is highly regarded.
  • The winner of the Macro Employer of the Year is the NHS Trust at Nottingham University Hospital. The Barratt Developments PLC is highly regarded.
  • The winner of the Recruitment Excellence Award is Barratt Developments PLC. The Nottingham University Hospital NHS Trust is highly regarded.

Highly rated as winners in individual categories:

  • The Marshall Award for Intermediate Apprentice of the Year is Jema Smith. The Carson River is highly regarded.
  • The winner of the BT Award for Advanced Apprentice of the Year is Kelly Durham-Flinter. Edyta Zacharska is highly regarded.
  • The Royal Navy Award for Apprentice of the Year or Bachelor’s Degree is Joe Adkins. Natalie Parnam is highly regarded.
  • The winner of the Rising Star of the Year Lloyds Banking Group Awards is Bendigan. Elizabeth Capell is highly regarded.

The winners announced at Yorkshire and the Humber are:

Highly rated as a winner in the Employment category:

  • The BCS for the SME Employer of the Year is the Town Hall Group. Resolve is highly regarded.
  • The winner of the British Army’s Employer of the Year Award is the Wakefield Metropolitan District Council. LabCorp is highly regarded.
  • The winner of the Macro Employer of the Year is the Lloyds Banking Group. The Leeds Teaching Hospital Trust is highly regarded.
  • The winner of the Recruitment Excellence Award is LabCorp. The Leeds Teaching Hospital Trust is highly regarded.

Highly rated as winners in individual categories:

  • The Marshall Award for Intermediate Apprenticeship is Williams. Rhyanna Razey is highly regarded.
  • The winner of the BT Award for Advanced Apprentice of the Year is Thomas Smetana. Ashley McKenzie is highly regarded.
  • The Royal Navy’s Apprenticeship of the Year Award is Martin McCachon. Robin Bursnell is highly regarded.
  • The Lloyds Banking Group Award, which won the Rising Star of the Year, is Kyleper. Jade Tailor is highly regarded.

The winners announced and highly regarded in the northwest are:

Highly rated as a winner in the Employment category:

  • The BCS for SME Employer of the Year is Inspire Children Services. The Forshaw Group is highly regarded.
  • The winner of the British Army’s Employer of the Year Award is AJ Bellplc. Electricity North West Limited is highly regarded.
  • The winner of the Macro Employer of the Year is North West Ambulance Services NHS Trust. Sodexo is highly regarded.
  • The winner of the Recruitment Excellence Award is Electricity North West Limited. Inspired Children Service is highly regarded.

Highly rated as winners in individual categories:

  • The Marshall Award for Intermediate Apprentice of the Year is Destiny-Mya Robinson. Lydia Harriwell is highly regarded.
  • The winner of the BT Award for Advanced Apprentice of the Year is Ashleigh Lewis. Elle Barnett is highly regarded.
  • The Royal Navy’s Apprenticeship of the Year award is Hadilla al Serini. Charlie Hewitt is highly regarded.
  • The Lloyds Banking Group Award, which won the Rising Star of the Year, is Cameron Acroid. Remsha Asif is highly regarded.
  • The Royal Air Force Award for Apprentice Champion of the Year is Phoebe Jay. Martin Norris is highly regarded.

Regional ceremonies will take place between October 19th and 25th, and national ceremonies will air on Wednesday, December 1st.

You can see the highlights of the National Apprenticeship Award 2020 National Ceremony on YouTube.

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