Awards Evening 2018 Winners - Learner Case Studies
Callum Hornby - Electrical Engineering Progression Award
Callum Hornby, employed by Krones UK, was the winner in the Electrical Engineering Progression category. Callum was described by his tutor as an excellent first year apprentice who is very conscientious in the work that he does and always gives 100%. His employer also described him as having a superb attitude and a pleasure to work with.
Kaelan Traynor - Mechanical Engineering Progression Award
Kaelan Traynor, employed by Walsmleys Ltd, was the winner in the Mechanical Engineering Progression category. Kaelan was described by his Learning & Development Officer as being self-motivated with a great drive and determination towards his Apprenticeship. His employer went on to say that although he is the youngest member of their team, he is very much a key part of it and he continues to grow in confidence and ability.
Louis Stephens-Clarke - Fabrication & Welding Progression Award
Louis Stephens-Clarke, employed by P & A Projects, was the winner in the Fabrication & Welding Progression category. Louis was described by his tutor as as an outstanding apprentice who goes above and beyond with his attitude to learning. His employer also describes him as a well-mannered apprentice who continues to develop his skills and knowledge in the workplace.
Lee Griffiths - Technical Engineering Progression Award
Lee Griffiths, employed by Shakespeare Foundry, was the winner in the Technical Engineering Progression category. Lee's LDO describes him as having an exceptional attitude towards his work as well as becoming a real asset to his employer, he goes onto say he will have a very bright future. His employer also describes him as a highly adaptable individual who has become a key member of the team, who continues to makes a major contribution to the business.
Jason Burrow - Business Administration Apprentice of the Year
Jason Burrow, employed by Foodservice Options Ltd, was the winner of the Business Administration Apprentice of the Year award. His LDO has described him as a knowledgeable, hardworking and well-mannered young person, who has developed many skills during the course of their apprenticeship. His employer also added how they have been fortunate to have employed such a polite, loyal and intelligent young person who has become a valued member of the team.
Shabaaz Khan - Business Management Apprentice of the Year
Shabaaz Khan, employed by Premex Services, was the winner of the Business Management Apprentice of the Year award. His assessor describes him as having a positive approach to learning and how he prides himself in supporting those around him. His employer also added how upbeat this person has been during the course of their apprenticeship and how they will be a great mentor to future apprentices.
Lauren Hulton - Children & Young People's Workforce Apprentice of the Year
Lauren Hulton, employed by Gaskells Private Day Nursery, was the winner of the Children & Young People's Workforce Apprentice of the Year award. Her LDO has told us how passionate she is within the childcare environment and how her ability will allow her to go on to bigger and better things. Her employer also added that she has strived in everything she has done, resulting in her being given additional responsibilities within the workplace as they know she will get them done.
Craig Slater & Joseph Seddon - Electrical Engineering Apprentices of the Year
Both Craig Slater and Joseph Seddon, employed by Rank Hovis, were joint winners of the Electrical Engineering Apprentice of the Year award. Their assessor spoke about his pleasure of working with both of these learners, stating that their willingness to learn and develop is commendable. Their employer added that they are both mature and logical in the way they work and described them as among the best apprentices he has ever trained.
Nathan Sherrington - Fabrication & Welding Apprentice of the Year
Nathan Sherrington, employed by W.E Couplings, was the winner of the Fabrication & Welding Apprentice of the Year award. His LDO stated how much Nathan has developed during the course of his apprenticeship, steadily gaining more responsibilities at work. His employer also added that he is an excellent member of staff with an excellent attitude to learning.
David Thomas - Technical Engineering Apprentice of the Year
David Thomas, employed by William Hare, was the winner of the Technical Engineering Apprentice of the Year award. David's LDO described how this learner is ahead of his years both in maturity and ability, whilst also stating he is a credit to both his company and Alliance Learning. His employer added that this person is the ideal role model for any future apprentices, someone who will go the extra mile to help and develop the younger people within the business. David was also the winner of the prestigious Overall Apprentice of the Year award.