Fifteen CWT Chamber Training Apprentices have been selected for the new NCFE Award for Achieving Excellence thanks to the outstanding levels of skill and ability they have demonstrated in the workplace. The NCFE Achieving Excellence qualification aims to recognise the achievements of learners, whatever their chosen vocational area and wherever they are learning.
Presentations for the launch of the Excellence Award were held both the CWT Coventry and CWT Leamington branches.
Thomas Richman (Business Administration Apprentice) stated "I am very excited at the prospect of completing the Excellence Award and delighted that my Training Advisor Kevin Costello nominated me for this opportunity."
John Lowden (Practical Action) thinks "the Excellence Award will recognise the individuals who show outstanding skills in the work place."
Gina Vincent (The Cut Above) who attended the CWT Coventry launch with her Apprentice Lauren Uddin explained that "the Excellence Award will promote the recognition of skills shown by outstanding individuals."
This opportunity has been made possible through working in partnership with North Warwickshire and Hinckley College. Based on the original Performance Excellence qualifications, the NCFE Achieving Excellence qualification has been developed by North Warwickshire and Hinckley College and NCFE as a result of demand from training providers.
The Excellence Award will be due for completion in June 2014 and monthly progress meeting are scheduled for all of the CWT Coventry and CWT Leamington Apprentices that are involved.
CWT Chamber Training are looking forward to presenting the awards to the first cohort of NCFE Award for Achieving Excellence Apprentices in July 2014.
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