NEWS

Brad Alderson receives learner award

Brad Alderson was nominated for a Learner Award by his Work Based Tutor Marie Weddell.


April Little– Customer Service Apprentice Wins Learner Award

April Little has recently been awarded a Learner Award by her tutor Ann Storey


Deanna Kotlarova wins learner award

Deanna has recently been awarded a Learner Award by her tutor Dawn Skelton. Deanna commenced on her Business Administration Level 2 framework in May 2016


ROCKLIFFE HALL LEARNER AND EMPLOYER AWARD

Elliott Sweeten and Michael Parkin were nominated for the awards by tutor Dawn Skelton.


Faye Corner Achieves Learner Award

Faye Corner (18) has been successfully presented with a Learner Award to celebrate her apprenticeship achievement. Faye started at Hemlington medical practice in 2015 and has recently achieved an Intermediate Business Administration apprenticeship.


Jodie Robinson Receives Learner Award

Jodie Robinson (18) has been successfully presented with a Learner Award which recognises her achievements so far as an apprentice. Jodie is currently completing an Intermediate Business Administration apprenticeship, employed by CW Booth Solicitors, Bishop Auckland.


Apprentice takes the crown to become Miss Durham 2016

Miss Taylor Hamiton, Apprentice Administrator with Rhenus Logistics, was crowned Miss Durham 2016, at the live final on Thursday 12th May hosted by the Best Western Hardwick Hall.


RICHARD MORGAN WINS LEARNER AWARD

Richard Morgan has been employed at Freedom Group for a number of years. Wishing to up skill and improve his experience, knowledge and qualifications he enrolled to studying towards an Advanced Apprenticeship in Business Administration.


Outstanding Apprentice and Employer Acknowledged

Staff and pupils at Shildon’s Timothy Hackworth Primary School are united in their appreciation of the contribution Jordan Hopkins brings to life in school as their Apprentice IT Technician.


EXPERIENCE COUNTS MORE THAN QUALIFICATIONS

Recent research by the Edge Foundation shows 76% of recent university graduates say experience of work is important when trying to find a job, whilst 54% said qualifications were important.