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2023 Apprenticeship Awards

APPRENTICE OF THE YEAR

Built Environment

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Rebecca Jayne Hughes

Babcock Group About Rebecca Jayne Hughes
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Apprentice of the year - Built Environment

Rebecca Jayne Hughes

Babcock Group

Rebecca was promoted within eight months of starting a Foundation Apprenticeship in Warehousing and Storage (Level 2).

Her promotion to the supplier/disposals team added four more units to her NVQ -making a total of 12 – but she still managed to complete her Individual Learning Plan on schedule.

Keen to develop her career, Rebecca has now progressed to an Apprenticeship in Warehousing & Storage (Level 3) and is recognised as a valuable member of the MOD team. So much so that she is recommended for future investment by the MOD.

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Zoe Adamkiewicz

Adra About Zoe Adamkiewicz
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Apprentice of the year - Built Environment

Zoe Adamkiewicz

Adra

Zoe has become a trailblazer for women in construction by becoming one of Grŵp Llandrillo Menai’s most successful female apprentices to qualify in this male dominated sector.

Her learning journey is nothing short of remarkable, considering that has lost two years of schooling when she was seriously injured in a horse riding accident at the age of 14.

Overcoming emotional and physical challenges during her rehabilitation, Zoe succeeded due to her positive attitude, dedication and fortitude. She exemplifies that hard work and determination can offset anything that life throws at us.

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Thomas Devine

Adra About Thomas Devine
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Apprentice of the year - Built Environment

Thomas Devine

Adra

Plasterer Thomas completed his Apprenticeship in Plastering (Level 3) with a distinction and his lecturer said he had never seen a learner awarded such high marks.

Thomas’ work-based portfolio reflects his range of developed skills which are testament to his hard work and commitment to his craft. He is described as a learner who goes the extra mile and is meticulous with his work and equipment.

His ability and commitment to develop his knowledge, skills and understanding of the plastering and construction industry have been reflected in his examination results over the past three years.

Thomas is credited with always finding solutions to complete the most demanding tasks and considers challenges as future goals. Winner of a Student of the Year Award at Coleg Menai, he competed at the regional SkillBuild competition.

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