The Health Academy Apprenticeship Awards

As part of National Apprenticeship Week we hosted our very own Apprenticeship Awards.

The awards, which were held on the 10th March, sought to recognise and reward our Apprentices for all of their hard work and dedication.

The five categories of awards were: Level 2 apprentice of the year; Level 3 apprentice of the year; ‘Living the Trust values’ apprentice of the year; Provider apprentice of the year; and Trust apprentice of the year.

Below is a list of our very worthy winners.

  • Intermediate Apprentice of the Year – Highly Commended – George Mathew, Catering Services
    George Mathew Health Academy Apprentice Winner              
  • Intermediate Apprentice of the Year – Highly Commended – David Wareing, Clinical Application & Training Support
    David Wareing Health Academy Apprentice Winner
  • Intermediate Apprentice of the Year 2017 – Rebecca Green, Resuscitation Services
    Rebecca Green Health Academy Apprentice Winner
  • Advanced/Higher Apprentice of the Year – Highly Commended – Robert Haworth, Risk Management Training
     Robert Haworth Health Academy Apprentice Winner
  • Advanced/Higher Apprentice of the Year – Highly Commended – Samantha Booth, Pharmacy
    Sam Booth Health Academy Apprentice winner
  • Advanced/Higher Apprentice of the Year 2017 – Will Dougan, Catering Services
    Will Dougan Apprentice Winner
  • Provider Apprentice of the Year – Highly Commended, Robyn Young
    Robyn Young Health Academy Apprentice winner
  • Provider Apprentice of the Year 2017 – Ellenor Stavert, Finance
    Ellenor Stavert Health Academy Apprentice Winner
  • Living the Trust Values Apprentice of the Year – Highly Commended – Adnaan Patel, Main X-Ray Department
    Adnaan Pate Health Academy Apprentice Winner
  • Living the Trust Values Apprentice of the Year 2017 – Lia Bistro, MRI Department
  • Apprentice of the Year 2017 – Will Dougan, Catering Services
    Will Dougan Apprentice of the Year

Andrew Stone, Apprenticeship Project Manager at Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, said: “The awards are a platform for us to acknowledge and celebrate our apprentices. The work ethic and commitment of all our apprentices is very high which made it difficult to choose the winners, but we got there after much deliberation!”