Sky’s the limit for SGS apprentic
SGS College’s apprenticeship graduates celebrated their achievements in style, with a first-class graduation ceremony at Aerospace Bristol. The event, which took place in the Concorde Hangar in November, was filled with hundreds of graduating students, who were joined by their employers, friends and family. Guests were treated to celebratory drinks and canapés, as well as an opportunity to step aboard the show- stopping centre-piece, Concorde Alpha Foxtrot. The awards ceremony, seated under Concorde, saw each student receive a certificate of their completion, as well as a handful of students receive awards for outstanding achievement.
The apprentice of the year was awarded to Lisa Crumpler. Judges said: “Lisa is one of our Team Leading apprentices within the National Health Service Blood and Transplant Team. Lisa initially felt she was past being able to complete an Apprenticeship. She put in a great level of effort throughout the programme and successfully completed the work to a very high standard. “During the programme, Lisa was coping with staff shortages within her team and gained promotion to Donor Carer Supervisor. Lisa’s experience, combining her work within this most vital of services, whilst completing her studies, exemplifies the experience of many apprentices.” The apprenticeship provision at SGS continues to be
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