Apprenticeship Awards 2021

January 7, 2021

As part of National Apprenticeship Week 2021, the Apprenticeships team is excited to host a pre-recorded award ceremony, recognising and celebrating the achievements of our current and recently completed apprentices.

The categories for nominations are:

Apprentice of the year 2021

The Apprentice of the Year seeks to acknowledge and celebrate an apprentice’s outstanding contributions to their workplace and exceptional progress in both their skills development and studies.

Rising Star of the year

Judges are looking for apprentices who have made impressive progress in their apprenticeship/career to date and have the potential to further their career within our organisation.

Working together

Judges are looking for apprentices who demonstrate an outstanding ability to work in partnership with others, encourages team working, is supportive and caring to both colleagues or service users.

Always Improving

Judges are looking for apprentices who can demonstrate a positive approach to learning to make things better, actively seeks solutions, and is always striving to find ways to improve themselves or the service/team they work with.

Respectful and Kind

Judges are looking for apprentices who continually show care and compassion for the wellbeing of others, including both colleagues and service users. From valuing other’s individuality and show appreciation when things go well.

Making a Difference

Judges are looking for apprentices whose efforts within the workplace have really made a difference to by utilising the resources available to them and use feedback provided to make positive changes.

The winners will be selected from a panel of Trust representatives and will receive a certificate plus a prize.

To nominate an apprentice please visit the Trust intranet and complete the nomination form! Entries must be sent to by Sunday 17th January.

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