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9TH JUL 2024

Gloucestershire's Honourable Company Champions Apprentices at Annual Awards Ceremony

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Gloucestershire Apprentices Recognised at Honourable Company Awards
Gloucestershire Apprentices Recognised at Honourable Company Awards

The Honourable Company of Gloucestershire presented 15 apprentices from the county with the Anne Cadbury Apprentice Award, during a ceremony held at Hartpury College on 26 June 2024. The awards, presented annually to the winning candidates each summer, benefit apprentices from Gloucestershire College and Hartpury College.

The Honourable Company is a strong champion of apprenticeships and believes education and training play a key role in providing the necessary skills for industry. The initiative was launched in 2023 and is designed to help and support apprentices who are in the process of their apprenticeship. The award enables the recipients to purchase equipment to further their education and develop in their chosen careers.

Our learners recognised for the Anne Cadbury Apprentice Awards included:

  • Alfie Marks (Kinsman Construction)
  • Jacob Dodds (QEP)
  • Josh Righton (Branch Hydraulic Systems)
  • Ubaydullah Moolla (Hydro Aluminium LTD)
  • David Heaney (Hydro Aluminium)
  • Daniel Mitchell (Kilbury Construction Limited)
  • Ethyn Kimberley (Kinsman Construction)
  • George Hartshorne (TNL Carpentry)
  • Caleb Aldridge (Cotswold Hill Development Ltd)
  • Rio Devlin-Price (Rola Electrical Ltd)

Julie Tegg, Director of Apprenticeships and Employer Training at Gloucestershire College said, “The award scheme organised and supported by the Honourable Company supports construction and engineering apprentices within the county to successfully progress in their careers. The apprentices they have so generously supported this year are very appreciative of their support. I am delighted to work closely with the Honourable Company on this scheme.”

Michael Jones, the Honourable Company’s Business Interest Group Chair and Trustee said, “Gloucestershire has a great history of engineering excellence and there is little doubt that apprentices play an important role in determining Gloucestershire’s future prosperity by supplying the county with the necessary skills in fields such as construction, agriculture and engineering.

“However, in the current climate, some apprentices find it difficult to remain in their studies. This award was designed to support those apprentices with a bursary or a gift of equipment, enabling them to build on their skills for their future development.”