The NHS Health & Social Care Apprenticeship Awards took place last week, with awards given out to Runshaw’s Healthcare Apprentice Olivia Shaw-Ingham from Dr Dawoud’s Surgery.

The first ever Lancashire & South Cumbria NHS Health & Social Care Apprenticeship Awards recognise the outstanding contribution and achievements that apprentices across Lancashire and South Cumbria have made over the last year. Taking place at the stunning L’Orangeraie at Stanley House Hotel and Spa on Friday 17th June, the Lancashire and South Cumbria NHS Health and Social Care Apprenticeship Awards 2022 celebrate the very best apprentices. There were nominations from 11 award categories including organisations, training providers, and of course, the apprentices themselves.

Level 3 Business Admin Apprentice Kayleigh Baines was shortlisted for the Perseverance Award. Healthcare Support Worker Level 2 Apprentice Olivia Shaw-Ingham was also shortlisted for the Recognition of Contribution During Covid Award – and won! Congratulations to both Kayleigh and Olivia for your fantastic work over the last 12 months.

First Photo: Left to right, Dr Dawoud, Olivia Shaw Ingham, Practice Manager Janine Melia and Runshaw’s Head of Studies for Apprenticeships Meg Bamber. Second Photo: Kayleigh Baines and Meg Bamber.