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KCC – Skills and Employability (kent.gov.uk/apprentice)
Chris Homewood, Employability Development Officer, KCC Skills and Employability
This award will present an excellent opportunity for business/organisations to showcase how young people are helping their business to grow. It will recognise an individual currently undertaking skills training through an apprenticeship, whilst also acknowledging the important role that the employer has in offering the young person the opportunity and in working alongside the apprentice in a supportive and motivational way. Entering businesses/organisations must have been trading for a minimum of two years as of March 31,2017. The apprentice must have been employed by the company for a minimum of 6 months as of March 31, 2017. This category can be entered by either the employer or the apprentice. If a specific apprentice in your business/organisation won this category in KEiBA 2016 you are not permitted to enter them again in 2017 – you are welcome to enter other apprentices and enter all other categories.
Judges will be looking for your success and achievements in the following areas:
• How the apprentice has developed during their time with your business/organisation and what makes them outstanding.
• What opportunities and support your apprentice has been given.
• What difference/contribution this apprentice has made to your business/organisation?
• How the scheme has benefited your apprentice personally.
Interested in winning this award? Enter now