RateMyApprenticeship Awards: winners announced

 

The winners of the 2018 RateMyApprenticeship Awards have been announced, with BAE Systems taking home the crown for the headline Award, RateMyApprenticeship’s Top Employer (based solely on the reviews from RateMyApprenticeship.co.uk).

The event took place at etc.venues, County Hall in London and hosted by Tim Campbell, MBE. Prior to the awards ceremony, Tim was joined by key stakeholders in the industry including Stephen Isherwood (ISE), Carolyn Savage (NAS) and Hazel Grant (TfL) to share their views on the apprenticeship market. There was also a panel discussion with apprentices and school leavers, which discussed the reality of attracting early talent into apprenticeships.

The Awards saw over 200 stakeholders join together to celebrate the outstanding achievements of apprentices, employers and schools in apprenticeships across the UK.

This year’s winners and finalists in full:

Apprentice Awards

Outstanding Intermediate Apprentice (Level 2)
Jasmine Joynt - Co-op

Outstanding Advanced Apprentice (Level 3)
Georgia Brown - Severn Trent

Outstanding Higher Apprentice (Level 4 or 5)
James Pearce - Rolls Royce

Outstanding Higher/Degree Apprentice (Level 6 or 7)
Shajida Akthar- Accenture

Schools Awards

Outstanding Contribution to Apprenticeships Award
Joanne Bishop- City and Islington College

Top Employer Regional Awards

Based solely on the reviews on RateMyApprenticeship.co.uk, the Regional Awards celebrate the best employers across the UK in 12 different regions.

Winners:

  • Central & Greater London - BMW Group
  • East of England - EY
  • East Midlands - Siemens
  • North East - GSK
  • North West - BAE Systems
  • Northern Ireland - BT
  • Scotland - Pinsent Masons
  • South East - Santander
  • South West - J.P. Morgan
  • Wales - BT
  • West Midlands - National Grid
  • Yorkshire & The Humber - BAE Systems

RateMyApprenticeship's Top Employer 2018-2019

Winner: BAE Systems

Friday, 20 July 2018

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