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Winners of the 2022 Bristol and Bath Apprenticeship Awards announced

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Winners of the 2022 Bristol and Bath Apprenticeship Awards announced

The winners of the 2022 Bristol and Bath Apprenticeship Awards have been announced at a special event at Ashton Gate Stadium in Bristol.

The ceremony, held at the home of Bristol City FC and the Bristol Bears rugby side on Tuesday, May 17, celebrated the best and brightest learners in the region and the companies helping them succeed.

The event was hosted by radio presenter Paris Troy. Winners included individuals and organisations from a wide variety of sectors – from construction to hospitality – who have managed to succeed despite the challenges posed by the coronavirus pandemic.

Ben Townsend, a licensing assistant at Bristol-based Aardman Animations – the studio behind Oscar-winning characters Wallace and Gromit – was named Outstanding Apprentice of the Year for business, administrative and financial services, as well as the overall Bristol and Bath Apprentice of the Year.

Avon and Wiltshire Mental Health Partnership NHS Trust was named Large Employer of the Year (250 employees and over) while building engineering firm Intoheat won the prize for Small-Medium Employer of the Year (less than 250 employees).

Weston College was crowned Training Provider of the Year.

An award was also presented on the night to Junior Saunders, a consultant at Western Training Provider Network – a not-for-profit membership organisation of training providers and colleges in the West Country.

Mr Saunders was recognised for making an outstanding contribution to apprenticeships in Bristol and Bath.

All of the winners of the 2022 Bristol and Bath Apprenticeship Awards

BristolLive & BathLive Apprentice of the Year, sponsored by NAS Events

Ben Townsend, Aardman Animations

Outstanding Contribution To Apprenticeships In Bristol and Bath, sponsored by GKN Aerospace

Junior Saunders, Western Training Provider Network

Large Employer of the Year (250 +), Sponsored by Professional Apprenticeships

Avon and Wiltshire Mental Health Partnership NHS Trust

Small-Medium Employer of the Year (1-249), sponsored by MBDA Systems

Intoheat Ltd

Bristol and Bath Apprenticeship Training Provider of the Year, sponsored by Hinkley Point C

Weston College

Outstanding Apprentice of the Year – Young Recruit, sponsored by Wessex Water

Vijay Rajacholan, Wessex Water

Outstanding Apprentice of the Year – Technology, Digital and Creative Sector, sponsored by Strode College

Chloe Athay, Wessex Water

Outstanding Apprentice of the Year – Hospitality, Travel and Customer Service, sponsored by Strode College

Alfie Cole, The Natterjack Inn

Outstanding Apprentice of the Year – Health, Wellbeing and Care, sponsored by Weston College

Keely Marsland, University Hospitals Bristol and Weston NHS Foundation Trust

Outstanding Apprentice of the Year – Construction, sponsored by SGS College

Archie Smart, Stonewood Group

Outstanding Apprentice of the Year – Business, Administrative and Financial Services, sponsored by Bath College

Ben Townsend, Aardman Animations

Outstanding Apprentice of the Year – Public Services and Education

Sommer-Louise Metcalf, Cabot Learning Federation

Outstanding Apprentice of the Year – Engineering, Manufacturing, Energy and Electrical, sponsored by Hunter Selection

Michael Fathers, Intoheat Ltd

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