Juniper Training's Apprenticeship Awards 2024

10 Jun 2024

Published in: Member News

The evening was a grand celebration dedicated to acknowledging the hard work and achievements of our apprentices and the employers who support them. The event was a remarkable success, filled with inspiration, pride, and a shared commitment to excellence.

The Juniper Training Apprenticeship Awards 2024 lit up the Molineux Stadium on the evening of May 17th, celebrating the incredible achievements of apprentices and employers across the region. The event brought together employers, finalists, partners, and notable guests to honour the exceptional contributions of apprentices in various fields. This prestigious ceremony marked the first official engagement for The Right Worshipful Mayor of Wolverhampton, Councillor Linda Leach, since her inauguration earlier in the week.

The event was further enriched by the presence of our Employers and finalists alongside representatives from the Association of Employment and Learning Providers (AELP), Lloyds Banking Group, Black Country Chamber of Commerce, Local Authority colleagues and local Councillors. A special thanks was extended to the event sponsors, whose support made the evening a resounding success. Honoring Outstanding Achievements The awards night was a testament to the hard work, dedication, and excellence of apprentices and their employers.

The following individuals and organisations were recognised for their outstanding contributions:

• Business Apprentice of the Year: Keira Hilton from Fields of Shifnal

• Recruitment Apprentice of the Year & Overall Apprentice of the Year: Tyla Gooden from Green Bee Recruitment

• Construction & Logistics Apprentice of the Year: Jordon Hawkes from Cladanco

• Early Years Apprentice of the Year: Rosie Rushton from Limes Court Nursery School

• Teaching & Education Apprentice of the Year: Debbie Clarke from New Leaf Centre

• Small Employer of the Year: Extra Recruitment

• Large Employer of the Year: Wolverhampton Homes

• Juniper Ambassador of the Year: Joanne Partridge Tyla Gooden from Green Bee Recruitment was awarded both the Recruitment Apprentice of the Year and recognised as the Overall Apprentice of the Year. Tyla's exceptional performance and commitment to excellence set a high standard for apprentices everywhere. The Juniper Training Apprenticeship Awards reiterated the vital role apprenticeships play in driving economic growth and developing a skilled workforce. The achievements celebrated during the event reflected the hard work and dedication of apprentices, the unwavering support of their employers, and the high-quality training provided by Juniper Training.

Councillor Linda Leach expressed her admiration for the apprentices, stating, "It is inspiring to see the talent and dedication of apprentices and employers. They are the future of our workforce, and their achievements are a testament to their hard work and the excellent support provided by their employers and training providers."

The event highlighted the importance of apprenticeships in building a capable and skilled workforce, serving as a beacon of excellence and inspiration for others to follow. A fantastic £1650 was raised for The Stan Bowley Trust who campaign to raise funds for Cyberknife cancer radiotherapy treatment. A truly worthy cause, that Juniper were delighted to support and raise awareness.

Congratulations to all the winners and finalists for their remarkable accomplishments. Your dedication and hard work are truly commendable and set a shining example for future apprentices. The Juniper Training Apprenticeship Awards continue to celebrate and recognise the critical importance of apprenticeships in shaping a brighter future for all.

A huge thank you goes out to everyone that attended and those who support us day in, day out.

Submitted by Samantha from Juniper Training Ltd
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