We would like to say a big thank you to all of our apprentices for the hard work and dedication they put in during every training week. Keep up the great work! Please see all Apprentice of the Week nominations below!
Training Week: 18/11/2019 - 22/11/2019
HENRY ELLIS FROM TOOT HILL SCHOOL (L3 INFRASTRUCTURE TECHNICIAN)
Henry is my LOTW this week. Henry has been an absolute smashing all week. The quality of his answers all week were amazing! He took to this course fantastic. Henry would always input at every opportunity and did amazing on his mock exams, keep it up!
MOUNIR BENAMEUR FROM NEPHOS SOLUTIONS (L3 INFRASTRUCTURE TECHNICIAN)
Although Mounir found the course challenging demonstrated a good interest in the course. Mounir continuously tried to expand his knowledge by asking well thought out questions, participating in the challenges, exam reviews and group session.
JOSHUA RIPLEY FROM ESALES HUB (L3 DIGITAL MARKETER)
Josh was an absolute stand out for me! He is brilliant, enthusiastic, willing to lead discussions. I am so impressed with him. He worked so hard to push his mock scores up too! Just a joy to have in the group.
LIAM CLARKE FROM FLEETWIZARD (L3 SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT TECHNICIANS)
Liam made great progress throughout the week. He made an outstanding database system using HCI. This is why I am giving the Apprentice of the Week to him.
JOSHUA MILLETT FROM NEWFOX (L4 IT PROFESSIONAL)
John is always an active group member and will always offer assistance to other group members if he can. He is very happy to use the mic. John was able to provide support to his peers this week and as such is my Learner of the week.
LAWRENCE MARTINEZ FROM CLYSTNET (L3 SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT TECHNICIAN)
Engaged, was less confident than he should have been. Gave excellent account of Config Management at his place of work.
JOSHUA ALLMAN FROM PURPLE MOUNTAIN MEDIA (L3 SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT TECHNICAIN)
Joshua, as always, has been fantastic. An extremely polite young man who is always willing to work hard and do whatever it takes to complete tasks. A pleasure to have on course.