Apprentices honoured at Brent Staff Achievement Awards

Capital Apprenticeships is delighted our apprentices who are working for Brent Council have been recognised at the Brent Staff Achievement Awards for the second year running.

Brooke Kidd was awarded the Apprentice of the Year Award and received eleven nominations from her colleagues. Brook, who is doing the Level 3 in Business and Administration, received many comments about her willingness to go above and beyond the requirements of the role.

One nomination said: “Brooke has been a fantastic role model for future apprentices and constantly looked for new ways to improve her skills. Those who work with Brooke have been impressed with her productivity with many of the nominations noting that she was ‘always busy’.” While another colleague said: “Brooke likes challenges and is always eager to learn new skills. She is an excellent team player.”

Brooke received high street vouchers in honour of her success.

Shortlisted apprentices

Four apprentices from Capital Apprenticeships were also shortlisted for the Apprentice of the Year award. They were:

Brett Swinton-Bland and Sean William who are in the second year of their Advanced Apprenticeship in Intelligence Analysis for the Audit and Investigation Team. One of their nominations said: “Their willingness to absorb new work types and skills is greatly appreciated. Working early mornings and late evenings to deal with residents in street enforcement situations, both Sean and Brett have constantly worked above the expectations of junior members of the team.”

Nancy Rose who is doing an Apprenticeship in Level 3 in Business and Administration. Her nomination said: “Nancy has dealt with a variety of people and situations with a positive and can-do attitude. Nancy deserves recognition for all that she has achieved.”

Level 3 in Business and Administration apprentice, Tanisha Khatri. Her nomination said: “Tanisha consistently goes the extra mile. She never tires of doing new tasks or helping others and is a great asset to the HR Service.”

The apprentices are contracted to work for one year in a variety of departments across Brent Council. They are completing a number of different Apprenticeships, including Customer Services, Business Administration, Housing and Intelligence Analysis.

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