Interserve shortlisted three times in apprenticeship awards

Interserve Learning & Employment is flying high after last week’s shortlist was announced for the Annual Apprenticeship Conference (AAC) Awards.

The leading apprenticeship and training provider, part of global construction and support services company Interserve, has been named as national finalist in two categories; Outstanding Contribution to the Development of Apprenticeships and Education & Childcare Apprenticeship Provider of the Year.

The submission for ‘Outstanding Contribution to the Development of Apprenticeships’ is in recognition of the dedication, commitment and passion of the team involved in developing the Passenger Transport Bus Driver L2 Apprenticeship Standard. The apprenticeship has gone from strength-to-strength since it was launched in 2017 and currently has over 175 trainee bus drivers on the programme.

The submission for ‘Education & Childcare Apprenticeship provider of the year’ recognises Interserve Learning & Employment’s achievement rates within the sector and pro-active approach to the imminent introduction of new Apprenticeship standards.

Interserve Group has also been shortlisted for the Special Educational Needs & Disability (SEND) Apprenticeship Champion Award.

Gregg Scott, National Delivery Director at Interserve Learning & Employment, said: “I am so proud of the Childcare and Passenger Transport teams who have been shortlisted for the AAC awards. Both sectors put in an immense amount of hard work and dedication and thoroughly deserve to be recognised for it.

“I am looking forward to attending the awards ceremony at the Houses of Parliament in March, kicking off what will be a week of celebrations as we host and attend a string of events for National Apprenticeship Week. I’ll be keeping my fingers crossed for some wins on the night too!”

Award winners will be announced at a glittering ceremony during the Annual Apprenticeship Conference Gala Dinner on March 28 at the ICC in Birmingham.

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