Awards Winners and Finalists 2016

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Here are our Apprenticeship Awards Cymru winners and finalists for 2016:

Employability Learner of the Year

  • Traineeship Learner of the Year (Engagement)
  • Cameron Thomas, Cardiff
    Cassidy Rhian Jones, Bethesda – Winner
    Leon Proudlock, Denbigh

  • Traineeship Learner of the Year (Level 1)
  • Angharad Jones, Holyhead – Winner
    Darren Watts, Cardiff
    Rhys Pugh, Llanelli

Jobs Growth Wales

  • Jobs Growth Wales – Outstanding Achiever of the Year
  • Callum Jones, Pontypool
    Marc Pugh, Llanfaredd – Winner
    Oliver Chatfield, Pontypool

Apprentice of the Year

  • Foundation Apprentice of the Year
  • Gwilym Bowen Rhys, Caernarfon
    Niall Perks, Cardiff – Winner
    Rhys Donovan, Merthyr Tydfil

  • Apprentice of the Year
  • Leanne Williams, Wrexham
    Maria Brooks, Porthcawl – Winner
    Michael Leach, Pontypridd

  • Higher Apprentice of the Year
  • Adam Harvey, Barry
    Jamie Stenhoff, Flint – Winner
    Matthew Edwards, Wrexham

Apprenticeship Employer of the Year

  • Small Employer of the Year (10-49)
  • Crimewatch Alarms Ltd & C W Electrical (a div. of Crimewatch Alarms Ltd), Newport – Winner
    Ken Picton Salon, Cardiff Bay
    USW Child Care Services Department, Pontypridd

  • Medium Employer of the Year (50-249)
  • Arthur J. Gallagher, Llantrisant – Winner
    Little Inspirations, Pontyclun
    Values in Care Limited, Hengoed

  • Large and Macro Employer of the Year (250-5000+)
  • Argos, Edinburgh
    BT, London – Winner
    Dwr Cymru Welsh Water, Treharris – Winner
    OP Chocolates, Merthyr Tydfil
    RWE Innogy UK, Llanidloes

Work-Based Learning Practitioner

  • Work-based Learning Assessor and Tutor of the Year
  • Chris Hughes, ACT Limited – Winner
    Lisa Marie Winter, Acorn Learning Solutions
    Mark McDonough, Gr┼Áp Llandrillo Meni – Winner
    Michael Ramsden, Cambrian Training Company