Apprentices, adult learners and employers from across the North West had cause for celebration when they attended the 23rd Annual Alliance Learning Awards Evening last week.
The awards ceremony, which aims to recognise and reward the hard work and commitment of learners and the businesses who support them, was held at MBDA UK Ltd in Lostock with over 100 guests in attendance including the newly elected Madam Mayor Councillor Carole Swarbrick and Mayoress Mrs Jaleh Hayes.
MBDA apprentices took to the stage to talk about their first-hand experiences of the Apprenticeship programme. Alliance Learning Chairman, David Gavan, hosted the award ceremony this year and Chief Executive Julie Robinson presented the awards within each of the 13 award categories on the night.
The highlight of the awards evening is the much coveted ‘Apprentice of the Year 2014’ award, which this year was presented to Dayna Crabtree from Whitefield House Residential Home. Speaking about Dayna’s achievements, David said: Dayna is not afraid to make recommendations to the management and directors and continues to make a positive impact on the residents lives.
Other worthy winners on the night included:
Business Administration Apprentice Award Awarded to Dayna Crabtree from Whitefield House Residential Home.
Children and Young People’s Workforce Apprentice Award Awarded to Jade Popplewell from Woodhey After School Provision.
Health and Social Care Apprentice Award Awarded to Louise Hunter from Berkeley House.
Fabrication and Welding Apprentice Award Awarded to Sebastian Elkes from William Hare Structural Engineers.
Mechanical Engineering Apprentice Award Awarded to Jordan Vale from SCA Trafford.
Electrical Engineering Apprentice Award Awarded to Lucinda Jones from MBDA UK Ltd
Technical Engineering Apprentice Award Awarded to Matthew Locket from Morson Projects.
ESF Apprentice Award Awarded to Toni Waddilove from The Withins Residential Home.
Dental Nursing Apprenticeship Award Awarded to Maryna Webster from St Georges Dental Practice.
E-Learning Award Awarded to Kelvin Grindell from Salford Hospital
Company Award for Training and Development Awarded to Silcoms Ltd
Jane Starr Employee of the Year 2014 Awarded to Paul Chapman
Speaking at the end of the night, Chief Executive of Alliance Learning, Julie Robinson, concluded:
“I’d like to extend my congratulations to everyone who was nominated for an award this year. I’d also like to thank each and every individual and business who has invested in training this year with Alliance Learning. It’s been a pleasure to work alongside you and help provide the training which companies need to develop strong and capable workforces to help take businesses from strength to strength in the coming years.”
If you would like any more information, give Alliance Learning a call on 01204 689592
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