Enter your nominee for the Sheffield City Region Apprenticeship Awards
There is still time to put forward your nominees for this year’s Sheffield City Region Apprenticeship Awards.
To help with your entry we have teamed up with Lucinda White, an experienced award writer who runs a bespoke award writing consultancy Pure Awards.
Lucinda works closely with JPI Media Events to assist business owners and marketing teams across the region to prepare for awards across the country.
We are offering this service for assistance with entering the SCR Apprenticeship Awards.
We are able to offer you a free place to attend a 90-minute Award Writing Workshop.
Over the last six years, Lucinda has helped many businesses achieve the coveted shortlist with many going on to accept the winner’s trophy.
The Award Writing Workshop will take place via zoom on we have two dates available Thursday, March 25 and Thursday, April 28.
1) Gain the valuable insight into the benefits of entering awards
2) Overcome the barriers of preparing your award applications
3) Understand the real ROI of entering awards
4) Give you tips on how you can impress the judges and practical support for when you decide to submit your entry.
Places are limited so it is advisable to book early to avoid disappointment and be ahead of the competition when preparing your entry.
All attendees will be offered discounted packages to further assist you with your entry should you be interested.
The deadline for the awards is Wednesday June 30 and the event is held on Thursday September 23 at The Hilton Garden Inn, Doncaster Racecourse.
Barnsley College have announced that they will be sponsoring the Large Employer of the Year category at this year’s Sheffield City Region Apprenticeship Awards.
As the closing date for awards entries approaches, apprentices across the region are preparing submissions, including several from Barnsley College’s own student community.
To register your place, simply click this link
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