The apprenticeship award ceremony
The First Intuition apprenticeship award was hosted remotely on Monday 21st December. To watch the reply visit out Facebook page.
The apprenticeship award winners alongside their managers were invited to the ceremony where the achievements of the winners were publicly acknowledged.
There were 30 nominees and the committee chose 12 winners.
David Newton, an employer of a winner said:
“It’s great to see our students making a great start to their careers with the help of First Intuition”.
The winning criteria
The criteria for the apprenticeship award winners included: going above and beyond, academic excellence and contributing to the well being of their teams.
One student created an evening study group in their office. This allowed other apprentices to support each other and remain socially distanced.
Another student organised remote virtual charity events for the whole office to enjoy like Macmillan bake sale and Christmas bingo.
Others were recognised for outstanding quality of work and dedication to study as well as juggling childcare during lockdown.
Jo Dyson, Director and Head of apprenticeships at First Intuition said:
“I am so proud of out apprentices for all that they have achieved their year. They have faced challenges and extra pressure in the workplace, as a result of COVID-19. They have continued to study and follow their dreams. The awards have given us a chance to hear about some great charity projects, which they’ve been involved in outside their workplace responsibilities, as well as how they have supported their teams both emotionally and practically”.
The 12 apprenticeship award winners
Here is a full list of the apprenticeship award winners.
- Eloise Buchan
- Amie Ellison
- Claire Gardiner
- Molly Hird
- Ceri Hurst
- Calliope Jones
- Anna McGimpsey
- Alicia Milne
- Cameron Moffat
- Ben Spurdell
- Billy Tyrwhitt-Bettridge
- Sarah Winship
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