Apprentices enjoy awards success

October 15, 2021

We enjoyed a hugely successful night at the Gloucestershire Live Apprenticeship Awards on Thursday, scooping five prizes in total, including the Employer of the Year Award.

We were proud to see Apprentice Healthcare Assistant Zoe Carter take home two awards – Outstanding Apprentice of the Year in the Health, Wellbeing, Care and Education category AND the Gloucestershire Apprentice of the Year Award.

As well as celebrating Zoe’s double success, we were thrilled to see Apprentice Learning and Development Administrator Evie England pick up the the Outstanding Apprentice of the Year (Business, Administration and Finance) Award. Huge congratulations must also go to Elle Yemm, Apprentice Administrator for the Immunisation Team, who was shortlisted for the same award.

Finally, a huge well done to Apprenticeship Lead Stacey Robinson, who took home the award for Outstanding Contribution to Apprenticeships.

To read more about the glittering Apprenticeship Awards evening, visit the Gloucestershire Live website.

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