We would like to say a massive thank you to all of our apprentices for the hard work and dedication they put in during every training week. Please see all Apprentice of the Week nominations below!
Training Week: 05/08/2019 - 09/08/2019
TARANVIR DHILLON FROM J MCCANN & CO LIMITED (L4 IT PROFESSIONAL)
Taran worked well and contributed well using the mic. He was very keen to ensure his work was to a good standard and he asked whenever he needed help.
CARL HALLIGAN FROM HOME GROUP LIMITED (L4 SOFTWARE DEVELOPER)
Carl designed an excellent relational database which is both efficient and professional in terms of how it looks/behaves. He took part in all discussions and for this he is my apprentice of the week. Outstanding!
OMID HEYDARI FROM SONY COMPUTER ENTERTAINMENT EUROPE LTD (L3 INFRASTRUCTURE TECHNICIAN)
Despite finding the week challenging, Omid really pushed himself making fantastic effort to understand the subject. He was constantly asking questions to try and develop his understanding and interacting with the sessions, a well deserved apprentice of the week for his hard work.
AARON FRIEND FROM SERCO (L4 IT PROFESSIONAL)
Aaron has been very proactive from day one, will always answer directed and class question. He has often asked me questions and looked for further clarification or to gain better understanding. He has also helped other apprentices with Lab content. As such his level of productivity makes Aaron my apprentice of the week. Well done Aaron.
JOSHUA BEARDSHAW FROM INVOCO LTD (L4 NETWORK ENGINEER)
Joshua was excellent this week and took the lead in all purposes with the research task, pulling all the other individual learners' work together. Chat and breakout room work was good although I'd have liked a teeny bit more from the mic this week.
KYLE LACEY FROM ANNATA LIMITED (L3 SOFTWARE DEVELOPER)
Kyle has been absolutely fantastic this week. I have thoroughly enjoyed having him on course, always getting involved and asking questions about the topics and tasks and always willing to give it 100% to complete tasks assigned.