Hull College's Future Stars Apprenticeship Awards 2023 evening took place on Thursday 9th February.
The awards ceremony recognised and celebrated the achievement, commitment and hard work shown by apprentices and employers who have gone above and beyond to champion apprenticeships as a career route.
Held during National Apprenticeship week, almost 100 specially invited guests attended the event staged at Jubilee Central, which saw award winners and nominees joined by local employers, selected college staff from within the apprenticeship department and members of its Senior Management Team.
Awards were presented by the college's Executive Director of Apprenticeships, Chris Baker, who hosted the event alongside Director of Marketing, Kirstie Cawley.
The full list of winners were as follows:
Millie Dervey | Beagle Joinery
Apprentice of the Year
Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust
Apprenticeship Employer of the Year
Harriett Robinson | K&G Yorkshire
Construction Apprentice of the Year
Kieran White | Britcom
Engineering Apprentice of the Year
Chloe Pellatt | Hotham's
Digital and Creative Apprentice of the Year
Emily Shepherdson | Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust
Healthcare Apprentice of the Year
Sarah Bird | Woodland Primary School
Early Years and Teaching Apprentice of the Year
Anne-Marie Hinks Benstead | SGS & Co
Business and Professional Apprentice of the Year
Reflecting on the success of the evening, Chris Baker said: "The whole event was an evening of celebration and provided the perfect opportunity for the college to recognise and acknowledge the hard work and success of our apprentices and valued employers.
"I would like to congratulate all of our winners and everyone who was nominated. We are all exceptionally proud of our apprentices - a sentiment which I'm sure is shared by their friends, families, and colleagues.
"Apprenticeships are all about giving people the opportunity to grow and develop, and that's what it's all about for us as a college. All the award winners are proof of just how valuable apprenticeships are to the community, businesses, and the wider economy across a wide range of sectors and industries in the Yorkshire and Humber region."