Three participants on the Care Plus Employability scheme have been shortlisted for the Health Education Yorkshire and Humber Talent for Care Awards 2015 which are being held to celebrate National Apprenticeship Week 2015.
Award winning Employability Services, part of Care Plus Group support social inclusion by opening up a career pathway for local people to get back into work, including specialising in support for people with disabilities.
The shortlisted individuals are Julie Lewis, Chloe Hudson and Travis Browning. Julie Lewis, Intermediate Business Admin Apprentice for Care Plus, Hope Specialist Falls and Respiratory Service has been shortlisted for the ‘Apprentice of the Year Award’. Chloe Hudson, who works across Care Plus Group and Taylors Avenue Medical Centre as an Admin Assistant and Travis Browning who works as Admin Support at the North East Lincolnshire Clinical Commissioning Group have been shortlisted in the category of ‘The Learner who has made the Most Impact Award 2015’.
Sharon Stead, Employability Services Manager at Care Plus Group said:
“All three Employability participants are very well deserving of being shortlisted for their individual award categories. They have worked hard to overcome their own barriers to gaining employment and to succeed in their chosen roles. The Employability Team work closely with the participants and are delighted that their individual achievements have been recognised.”
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