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The awards celebrate the success of the country’s most exceptional apprentices, and were announced at a glitzy awards ceremony organised by the National Apprenticeship Service, which was held at the Cambridge Belfry Hotel last week. Kieran fought off tough competition to be shortlisted down to the final three from 1400 entries, and was announced as ‘highly commended’ in the Advanced Level Apprentice of the Year category.
What’s more, shortly before the ceremony, Kieran received a call from a journalist at The Times who was writing a piece on the awards. He jumped at the chance to be included and we were all excited when we opened the paper to see the piece in print and Kieran’s fantastic mural splashed across the page.
Kieran commented: ‘I am really proud of my achievements at the National Apprenticeship Awards. Since I started at White Space, I’ve been given the chance to work on a real mix of clients and projects, and it’s great to have been recognised for the work I’ve done so far. Appearing in The Times is also amazing!’
In a press release, Nick Boles MP, Minister for Skills, said: ‘The National Apprenticeship Awards are an excellent platform to recognise and celebrate the dedication shown by all of the excellent Apprenticeship employers and apprentices we have in this country.
‘Those who were recognised during the ceremony are the best of the best, and I would like to congratulate them on their success. ‘
Bex first worked for White Space as an account management intern on graduating from university in 2009. She returned to White Space in March 2012 as an Account Manager and works across a broad range of accounts. Her passions are social media strategy, PR…and food.