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The best of Lewisham Southwark College’s apprentices were recognised at an awards evening at Southwark College on Thursday 7 March.


Awards were presented by Director of Apprenticeships, Employment and Skills, Vanessa Packham in 7 categories, recognising the best performances among more than 400 apprentices who follow programmes in a wide range of subject areas including hospitality and catering, construction, customer service and more. Vanessa Packham, said: “For the third year running our apprenticeship provision has been well above the national average for success rates and our award winners are a reflection of that. They are outstanding students who are injecting vitality and creativity into their jobs.” She added: “Learning while working is extremely valuable in developing practical skills and it takes a great deal of commitment and drive from our apprentices – and their employers - to achieve these high levels of success. The Awards also recognised the Apprenticeship Employer of the year – construction company, Masher Brothers, beat off stiff competition from the other employers shortlisted to carry off the award.  

The full list of award winners is as follows:

Award

Runner Up

Runner Up

Winner

Construction Apprentice of the Year

Ollie Canning from

John Baptist Lwanyaga from De-A-Nay

Jordan Sekitto from Masher Brothers

Hospitality Apprentice of the Year

Mihal Pilat from The Kiln, Kilburn



Giovanna Testa from Aneto Cafe

Creative Apprentice of the Year

Andrea Scantlebury from Phoenix Community Housing



Revell Dixon from Philharmonic Orchestra

Business Apprentice of the Year

Luke Traherne from Philharmonic Orchestra

Jordan Nightingale from Loughborough Estate Management Board

Andrew Sackey from Lewisham Carers

Apprenticeship College Attendance Award 2019

Andrew Sackey from Lewisham Carers



Jordan Nightingale from Loughborough Estate Management Board

Apprenticeship Employer of the Year

Imperial War Museum

Historic Royal Palaces

Masher Brothers

Most Improved Apprentice of the Year





Daniel Beard from Gloster MEP





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