Themis honours apprentices and their employers
The Themis Inspire and Achieve Awards 2019 have recognised the successes and achievements of apprentices and employers.
More than 200 apprentices, employers, local dignitaries and guests attended the ceremony which was held at Burnley College.
A Themis Exceptional Achievement Award was given to Jake Duthie who ‘gives 110 per cent in everything he does’ for his employer Pipeline Induction Heat Ltd and who recently gained the highest recorded marks in his chosen Degree Apprenticeship with University Courses Burnley, earning a coveted BEng qualification.
Together Housing took the Award for Commitment to Apprenticeships for 2019 for their work helping young people kick-start their careers and unemployed people gain valuable work skills.
The winners of each award received trophies designed and handcrafted by Themis at Burnley College and sponsor AMRC.
Full list of winners
Commitment to Apprenticeships Award
The Themis Exceptional Achievement Award
Jake Duthie – Pipeline Induction Heat Ltd
Absolute Apprentice Platinum Award
Milli Sagar, Safran Nacelles Ltd
The Absolute Apprentice Gold Award
Jamie Green, Fitzpatricks
The #FutureBoss Award
Georgina Booth, Hycrome Ltd
Ultimate Vision Award
Ben Taylor, The Senator Group
The Future Innovator Award
William Fallows, Paradigm Precision
The Discovery Prize
Ethan Bruce, Hycrome Aerospace
The Project Digital Award
Jacob Goggins, North West Skills Academy
The Themis Gold Award
George Miller, St Augustine’s RC High School (Engineering)
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