Apprentices are making a difference – at thousands of different companies, large and small, all over the country. Right now. Whoever you are, whatever your background – your new career could be out there. The game has changed. Every day, right now, thousands of businesses and apprentices are succeeding together. This week, we are celebrating all that apprentices do. Fire up your career and join in this week, find out what could be out there, and join in on our social media channels. #NAW2020 #Fireitup
Here are just some of the many success stories we recently celebrated at the Runshaw Annual Apprenticeship Awards Evening, held at The Lancastrian Suite, Chorley Borough Council:
Daniel Cowton Daniel started work at Chorley Council straight out of school. He quickly became a very popular member of staff at Chorley Borough Council and his confidence levels increased week on week. Part way through the year he applied for a position in the IT Help Desk team and was successful. After supporting the roll out of an IT project at the Council, Daniel received an award from the Chief Executive of Chorley and South Ribble Borough Council. This is an amazing achievement for an apprentice straight from school. Daniel has now progressed on to the Infrastructure Technician Level 3 Standard – well done Daniel, we wish you continued success in your role!
Melody Walsh Melody has worked very hard on her Level 2 Apprenticeship. She has shown motivation throughout her course. Melody has used every opportunity within the workplace to develop her knowledge and understanding of the early years sector. She has been proactive throughout her programme, being prepared for all her tutor visits and meeting her targets and deadlines. Melody has now enrolled onto her Level 3 Apprenticeship and is continuing to show the same commitment and motivation. We wish her all the best with Level 3!
Chloe Ashworth Chloe is extremely bright and hardworking. She attended both 1:1 and group Functional Skills support sessions to work on upskilling her maths. Chloe always demonstrated a positive attitude and a determination to succeed. She proved that you should never give up!
Nathan Tattersall Nathan has quietly progressed – he has attended college when necessary and is determined to succeed. He has established good relationships with his employers and has fit in very well at Holland Hall in Upholland. Well done Nathan!
Alleah Pass Alleah is hard working, dedicated and conscientious in her college work and in her job role. Alleah works at Oscars Pet food supplies where she deals with internal and external customers. Alleah dealt with a variety of customers on a daily basis and whilst on the course she took on additional responsibilities. Great work Alleah!
It’s great to see the hard work and dedication that all of our apprentices put in. If you or someone you know would like to study an Apprenticeship and earn whilst you learn, you can browse our vacancies and download our Adult Prospectus for more details on Apprenticeships.