Damar Annual Apprenticeship Awards 2019

Damar's Annual Apprenticeship Awards 2019

It’s that time again - Damar’s Annual Apprenticeship Awards.

Nominate your shining star!

Our partner employers, apprentices and their supervisors have achieved so much with their apprenticeship programmes over the past year. What better way to celebrate and acknowledge these achievements than our awards?

Damar’s Annual Apprenticeship Awards recognise the unique efforts of apprentices and successes of their employers. We take great pride in sharing and reading about our employers’ and apprentices’ achievements and so, once again, we’re inviting you to tell us about your successes over the past year.

We have the following awards which we will be announcing during National Apprenticeship Week between 4th and 8th March 2019:

  • Apprentice of the year (intermediate, advanced, higher and overall Apprentice of the year)
  • Supervisor of the year
  • Employer of the year
  • Newcomer employer of the year
  • The Mark Aspinall Award (an award dedicated to apprentices who have overcome adversity)

To find out more about our awards and entry guidelines, we have published an infographic that’s viewable and downloadable here.

The awards are individually presented at employers’ premises, giving employers a great opportunity to showcase their investment in their team whilst celebrating their achievements.

What are you waiting for, nominate your shining star now!

If you’ve worked with Damar over the last year and would like to nominate one of your colleagues, your organisation or even yourself, then please complete our nomination form and return it to awards@damartraining.com by no later than midnight Monday 18th February to be considered.

We look forward to reviewing your submissions!

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