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2023 Apprenticeship Awards

APPRENTICE OF THE YEAR

Landbased Industries

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Bethany Rozario

Celyn Vet Group, Holywell About Bethany Rozario
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Apprentice of the year - Landbased Industries

Bethany Rozario

Celyn Vet Group, Holywell

Beth worked tirelessly throughout the pandemic whenever possible. Furlough was tough at times and made it hard for the development of specialist skills needed to do the job.

Beth has a very caring nature and was worried about her patients and colleagues who were also struggling. It took a lot of soul searching to repeatedly find the confidence to start again after each extended period of time away from a job she loves.

Beth is not only an extremely driven learner, with a consistent interest in how to improve her own skills, but she is also a strong team player, and brings a supportive and kind energy to her workplace. She can always be relied upon to work to an excellent standard, and to utilise her learning to further develop the practice as a whole. I wholeheartedly support her nomination for Apprentice of the Year.

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Elin Williams

A.R. & E.R. Jones, Hendy Farm, Caernarfon About Elin Williams
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Apprentice of the year - Landbased Industries

Elin Williams

A.R. & E.R. Jones, Hendy Farm, Caernarfon

Elin has worked at Hendy Farm for three years and is a dedicated and conscientious member of staff who is particularly focused on the health and wellbeing of the livestock.

She starts work at 5am every day to milk the cows and combines this job with working on her family farm and renting land herself in Anglesey to rear cows

Elin’s employer says she is highly motivated to succeed in agriculture which is demonstrated by her dedication and hard work

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