Category Archives: Apprenticeship Awards Cymru

Wales’ work-based learning stars sparkle at awards ceremony

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English | Welsh Star learners, employers and learning providers from across Wales sparkled as the winners of this year’s coveted Apprenticeship Awards Cymru were revealed last night (November 9). Inspirational individual success stories and a dynamic approach to training and … Read more »

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Apprenticeship pathway transform’s project engineer’s life

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English | Cymraeg Support engineer Daren Chesworth is living proof that apprenticeships can change lives. Daren, 30, who lives in Garden Village, Wrexham, started work at Transcontinental AC UK Ltd in the town after being made redundant as a plumber, … Read more »

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Lynnette applies Leadership and Management skills in the workplace

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English | Cymraeg Knowledge and skills learnt during an ILM Leadership and Management Higher Apprenticeship (Level 5) have helped Lynnette Davies deliver significant improvements at the DVLA in Swansea. Lynnette, 51, from Neath, has been so successful at implementing change, … Read more »

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Award finalist Thomas targets multimedia career

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English | Cymraeg Determined Thomas Watkins has refused to allow an autistic spectrum disorder that affects his speech to get in the way of his dream of a career in the media industry. Thomas, 26, from Thornhill, Cardiff, has achieved … Read more »

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Shortlisted Sally is a science career role model at Tata Steel

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English | Cymraeg Sally Hughes is on course for a rewarding career with Tata Steel in Port Talbot and hopes to inspire other young women to follow a science career pathway. The only female in a group of technical apprentices … Read more »

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Ford apprentice Ryan shortlisted for national award

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English | Cymraeg When production operator and team leader Ryan Brown was made redundant by Ford Motor Company’s Bridgend plant due to a product run end, he recognised it as a golden opportunity to retrain. He applied for and secured … Read more »

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Shortlisted apprentice civil engineer focused on his career goal

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English | Cymraeg Russell Beale is no stranger to award success as he sets his sights on becoming a Chartered Civil Engineer. The 21-year-old from Pontypool, who was the CITB 2017 Wales Apprentice of the Year, works for VINCI Construction … Read more »

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Role model Lauren is an ambassador for Welsh medium Apprenticeships

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English | Cymraeg Twenty-year-old Lauren Richards has become an ambassador and role model for Urdd Gobaith Cymru, Apprenticeships through the medium of Welsh and for encouraging children and young people in the Bridgend area to become more active. Lauren, who … Read more »

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Apprenticeship unleashes Corinna’s skills and confidence

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English | Cymraeg Working mother Corinna Roberts says that completing an apprenticeship has boosted her confidence and skills and brought value and fresh ideas to the Intellectual Property Office (IPO) in Newport where she works. Corinna, 26, who lives in … Read more »

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Young chef shortlisted for award as he aims to make his mark in Wales

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English | Cymraeg Apprentice chef Thomas Martin is a young man with a passion for cooking who has already sampled work in some of London’s top fine dining restaurants. At the age of 22, he is following a career path … Read more »

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