Business Apprenticeship Training Provider of the Year Award

Who should enter?

Open to Training Providers from all sectors, the Business Skills Apprenticeship Training Provider of the Year Award celebrates Training Providers who can showcase their commitment, contribution and the success that Apprenticeships have brought to their organisation and apprentices.

To enter, Applicants must be based in England and have had a Business Skills apprentice/s within the last 12 months, or have an apprentice who will have completed their apprenticeship by the 01 November 2014.

To be considered for the award, applicants must have apprentices who have completed, or are currently working to complete one of the following Advanced or Higher Apprenticeships:

  • Business & Administration
  • Business, Innovation & Growth
  • Campaigning
  • Contact Centres Operations
  • Court, Tribunal & Prosecution Operations
  • Customer Service
  • Enterprise
  • Fundraising
  • Hospitality Management
  • HR Management
  • Management
  • Marketing
  • Project Management
  • Public Relations
  • Recruitment
  • Sales & Telesales
  • Social Media & Digital Marketing
  • Team Leading
  • Volunteer Management


How to enter

Applicants must read these entry guidelines carefully before they complete the Business Skills Apprenticeship Training Provider of the Year application form.

Download the Business Skills Apprenticeship Training Provider of the Year application form

The closing date for entries is 12 November 2014. Entries received after this date will not be accepted. The winner will receive notification on the 14 November 2014 and the award will be presented at the Graduation Ceremony on 19 November 2014, at Central Westminster Hall, London

Prize

The prize for the award consists of a certificate and £750.

Completing the form

Judges are looking for exemplar Training Providers who can showcase their on-going commitment, contribution and the success that Apprenticeships have brought to their organisation and apprentices.

Make sure you give the judges hard evidence. Include examples of best practice which makes your organisation’s Apprenticeship programme better than the next.

Applications now allow you to attach supporting evidence. This allows you to include a chart, table or graph to help demonstrate metrics such as statistics, quantifiable information and comparative data. Remember to provide a base line to show how you have progressed as an Training Provider of apprentices.

Key dates

Closing date for entries – 12th November 2014
Winner notified – 14th November 2014
Prize awarded – 19th November 2014

 

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