Three Cogent Skills & Huntsman Apprentices were nominated for an award at the 2019 Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council PRIDE awards
Michael Tosdevin, David Swinburne & Isaac Walker were all nominated for The Geoff Waterfield Memorial Trophy – for an outstanding apprentice who is passionate to learn and achieve. The award was open to all apprentices who either live or work in Redcar and Cleveland.
Michael and David are currently in the first year of a level 3 Science Industry Maintenance Technician Apprenticeship, and Isaac is currently in the first year of a level 3 Science Manufacturing Technician Apprenticeship.
John Burluraux, Training Manager at Huntsman said:
It was great to see Isaac, Michael and David nominated for the Redcar & Cleveland Borough Council PRIDE Awards. They have performed to a very high standard in the first year of their apprenticeships. They should be proud of the effort they have put in and the work they have produced to date. Later this year, as well as their technical training, all three will be getting involved with the local community to promote apprenticeships for school leavers.
Nick Durrington, Apprenticeship & Graduate Business Lead at Cogent Skills said:
Seeing Michael, Isaac and David all nominated for an award is fantastic. We take great pride in supporting the next generation of talent, as well as providing apprentices who can make a real impact within their host companies. It’s great to see our partnership with huntsman is allowing passionate apprentices to succeed in their chosen roles.
Unfortunately, we did not have a winner this year, but all three apprentices can take great pride in their performance and nomination for the award.