We are excited to reveal the full list of finalists for the Birmingham Apprenticeship Awards. Keep your eyes peeled for more information on how to attend the event online 27th November 2020.
The full list of finalists and sponsors for 2020 is:
Outstanding Apprentice of the Year (Construction and Property)
Michael Barrett, HS2
Qasim Khattak, Rider Levett Bucknall
Jorel Walsh, Skerritt Electrical
Outstanding Apprentice of the Year (Engineering and Manufacturing), sponsored by Birmingham Metropolitan College
Vicky Curtis, Voestalpine
Ellesse Garratt, Voestalpine
Dylan Keefe, Voestalpine
Outstanding Apprentice of the Year (Health, Education and Care), sponsored by Wales England Care
Susan Cruxton, Dignity
Hema Ghale, West Midlands Combined Authority
Mohammed Islam, West Midlands Ambulance Service
Outstanding Apprentice of the Year (Professional Services), sponsored by Performance Through People
Joseph Billington, Greenfield Recovery
Jodie Louza, City of Wolverhampton Council
Isobel Sherrington, EY
Outstanding Apprentice of the Year (Tech, Digital and Creative Industries), sponsored by Voestalpine
Lauren Alie, PwC
Antonis Kousoulas, You. Smart. Thing.
Shekinah Yuhanna, DanceXchange
* Apprentice of the Year (chosen from the five category winners above), sponsored by Birmingham and Solihull Training Provider Network
Small Employer of the Year (1-50 staff), sponsored by Make UK
Philip Barnes and Co
Tinkerbells Card Shop
Medium Employer of the Year (51-249 staff), sponsored by BCTG
Large Employer of the Year (250+ staff), sponsored by The Development Manager
The Fablink Group
Training Provider of the Year, sponsored by The Ladder Foundation
The Development Manager
Education Engagement Award, sponsored by Greater Birmingham and Solihull Local Enterprise Partnership
Stephen Sutton Multi Academy Trust
Congratulations to all apprentices and employers who have been announced as a finalist. Also, a congratulations to all those who were nominated. The awards are held a reflection and celebration of all the hard work and success that has been seen across the region over the past 12 months.
The awards are now being held on Friday 27th November. This year the awards have gone virtual. We are proud to be working in partnership with BirminghamLive to host these awards. Keep an eye out for the #BAA20 to keep up to date with all the news surrounding the awards.
To find out more about the awards please visit the BirminghamLive website.
Be a Part of the Birmingham Apprenticeship Awards
You could be part of the awards next year. The Ladder for Greater Birmingham is working with providers to upskill the region. We have a range of apprenticeship vacancies available. If you are not sure on what to do next get in touch and we can give offer you advice on the next steps.