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We’ve reached regional apprenticeship finals

October 13, 2015

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We’ve reached the regional finals of the National Apprenticeship Awards 2015.

We have a reputation for providing first-class employment opportunities and training for the scores of apprentice electricians employed across our extensive branch network each year.

This latest award nomination follows two others earlier in the year when we were highly commended in the Apprenticeships4England Employer Award and the South West Adult Learner Awards.

Now we are hoping for further success at the South West, Thames Valley and Solent National Apprenticeship Awards regional final being held at Wokefield Park, Reading on Thursday October 22.

“We are fiercely proud to champion apprenticeship training as a means of developing skilled, motivated, loyal staff. Being shortlisted for this award is a huge honour in itself as we know we are up against stiff competition,” said Managing Director Steve Evans.

We’re no stranger to being shortlisted for the National Apprenticeship Awards – in 2011 it we were named overall national winner in the Medium Employer category.

The government-backed National Apprenticeship Awards celebrate the achievements of the country’s most outstanding apprenticeship employers and their apprentices.

The awards are organised by the National Apprenticeship Service, who receive more than 1,500 quality entries each year.

All the regional winners will proceed through to the national judging stage and the employers judged to be the very best of the best will have the additional honour of featuring in the acclaimed England’s Top 100 Apprenticeship Employers list.

Clarkson Evans apprentices with Apprenticeship Manager in Gloucester

Apprenticeship Manager, Andy Wilson, with Clarkson Evans’ apprentices