In its 13th year, the National Apprenticeship Award is a highly respected and prestigious award, for which a nomination alone is a great accomplishment. Jodeci, who is on a two year Supporting Teaching & Learning in Schools intermediate apprenticeship, was so nominated and has now progressed to the award shortlist.
Jodeci works 4 days a week in an Infant School which allows him to gain on the job experience, he then returns back to Havering College 1 day a week for formal training towards a recognised qualification. The National Apprenticeship Awards are given to apprentices who have made a real difference to their organisation and careers and that is exactly what Jodeci does on a daily basis.
He is an apprentice with a great deal to offer and has been recognised for his contribution to his workplace along with his commitment and potential.
The National Apprenticeship Awards 2016 have now closed for entries, and the judging process has begun. Regional judging panels took place over the summer and the winners and highly commended entries from all 10 areas will be recognised at one of six celebration events to be held across the country in autumn