Train Together Apprentices of the Year 2022

 In National Apprenticeship Week

National Apprenticeship Week (7-13 February 2022) brings together businesses and apprentices across the country to shine a light on the positive impact that apprenticeships make to individuals, businesses, and the wider economy.

We are delighted to share our Apprentices of the Year, as nominated by the team at Train Together.


Pictured left to right: Georgina Mason, Ben Jordan, Craig Brown, Reena Parwana, Jodie Styche, Avnika Patel


Georgina Mason – Bellrock Group (Accountancy and Finance)

Georgina is currently completing her Level 3 Assistant Accountant Standard whilst working as a Billing Specialist at Bellrock. She has shown tremendous dedication to her studies over the past year and her excellent exam results (all above 90%) are a testament to the hard work she has put into her apprenticeship.

Liberty Hardy – Leaps & Bounds Daycare (Childcare and Early Years)

Working towards her Level 3 in Education and Training, Liberty is dedicated, hardworking and passionate about meeting children’s individual needs. Committed to her studies, Liberty spends any free time focusing on completing tasks, keeping up-to-date with changes, and is also great at sharing her knowledge with others.

Ben Jordan – Inspiring Leaders (Coaching, Mentoring and Education)

Ben is following the Coaching Professional Standard on-learning programme, working in the professional development sector, currently at Inspiring Leaders, as a Programme Coordinator. Ben has shown great enthusiasm and commitment, and actively practises his coaching trying out various tools and techniques to broaden his skill set. He also researches to explore wider thinking – sharing these via written blogs and LinkedIn posts.

Craig Brown – Defence Infrastructure Organisation (Facilities and Workplace Management) 

Craig is currently completing a Level 3 Diploma in Facilities Management as part of his Level 3 Facilities Management Supervisor apprenticeship at the Defence Infrastructure Organisation (DIO), part of the Ministry of Defence (MOD). He’s friendly, courteous and is not afraid to ask questions in one-to-ones and workshops. His dedication to his role and his apprenticeship standard is exemplary.

Reena Parwana – Bellrock Group (Leadership and Management)

Working towards the Team Leader Supervisor Standard via the on-learning programme, Reena has been working remotely through the pandemic for Bellrock. Reena has successfully achieved her Maths and English qualifications at L2 alongside working towards her L3 Diploma for Managers Qualification. Reena’s strength and determination to continue are admirable and evident in her continued progression.

Jodie Styche – Tudor Grange Academies Trust (Primary and Secondary Education)

Jodie was nominated not only for her progression and development on the Level 5 Children, Young People And Families Manager programme but also for high levels of service within her role at Tudor Grange Academy Kingshurst and the big difference she makes every day.

Avnika Patel – The Mead Educational Trust (Professional Services)

Studying for an apprenticeship during Covid has not been easy and Avnika has worked really hard to support her pupils at Abbey Mead Primary Academy with home learning kits. With a positive outlook, Avnika has made a huge impact to her workplace and continues to make great progress on her course.

Congratulations to all the Apprentice of the Year nominees! It’s a pleasure to be supporting you and to see you get the very most out of your apprenticeship experience.

At Train Together we’re passionate about transforming lives and enabling both businesses and individual learners to achieve their goals. If you have any apprenticeship questions, please do get in touch.

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