The Let's talk Apprenticeship Awards 2016

Joycelyn Neve the Seafood Pub Company
Joycelyn Neve the Seafood Pub Company

Home Instead will be celebrating the exemplars and role models in our community at the latest Growth and Networking Event for West Lancashire Businesses , being held on Thursday 10 March, 8.00-10.30AM at West Tower, Aughton L39 7HJ.

The highlight of this special event which is held every two years will be The Let's talk Apprenticeship Awards 2016, designed to recognise and celebrate local apprentices, their excellent abilities, contribution & achievements in both an educational and work place environment.

Gail Godson Director of Home Instead said’ we were delighted when Tracey Shaw, Business Engagement Officer, West Lancashire Borough Council contacted us and asked if we would support this year’s event by sitting on the prestigious Judges Panel ‘.

Gail goes on to say ‘We recall having our apprentice win The West Lancashire Challenge Apprentice Award 2014, which was a real accolade for our apprentice and Home Instead, it remains our ambition to become the Employer of Choice for good cares in our local community. In 2016 we are  offering two further apprenticeships in business administration / care as a valuable part of our approach to attracting and equipping new skills and learning’.

It was inspiring to judge so many young achievers who have truly benefited from the opportunities that apprenticeships can offer, they have all clearly grasped the chance to develop their own academic, business, social and people skills, whilst adding so much value to numerous organisations and businesses across West Lancashire.  All the apprentices are winners on the day.

Young entrepreneur Joycelyn Neve, founder of The Seafood Pub Company, who has successfully grown her local business, will be guest speaker at the event and businesses can also find out details and support on how to grow your business and grant and funding opportunities.

Lets Talk Event
Lets Talk Event

A group of Home Instead CAREGivers talking
Family welcoming a Home Instead care manager into their home