Celebrating National Apprenticeship Week 2020
UTS Are Celebrating National Apprenticeship Week 2020
To celebrate National Apprenticeships Week 2020, we’re shining a spotlight on a few of our best and brightest learners and their brilliant achievements from the past 12 months:
CLAIRE - IW ENFIELD
Claire began her Level 3 Team Leader Apprenticeship in 2018, and after achieving a Merit grade 15 months later, she was promoted to Team Leader at IWEnfield.
Using the skills she gained, Claire worked on many improvement projects in her service, one of which achieved a Service Development Award thanks to her work.
The project helped people with learning disabilities gain independence and learn life skills - subjects included using public transport, accessing financial facilities, food & drink preparation, household upkeep and much more.
This is what Apprenticeships in social care are all about – learning to do things better, and making wonderful achievements as a result. Well done Claire!
ANTHONY - L&Q LIVING
Working for L&Q Living, Anthony delivers care and support services to people with a diverse range of support needs.
Anthony brings an energy and passion to his service and works extra hard to promote the well-being of residents in his care. Not only this, but he's also very client focused, and has great rapport with clients and other staff.
Thanks to his fantastic work ethic and learning achievements made during his Apprenticeship, Anthony received the much deserved UTS Star Learner award in March 2019.
All of L&Q’s services are rated Good or Outstanding by the CQC, and fantastic employees like Anthony deserve recognition for their part in this amazing achievement.
JULIE - HIGHTOWN
Julie is one of our stand-out Apprentices, who in 2019 became our first learner ever to achieve a Distinction in her Apprenticeship.
She supports individuals with learning disabilities or acquired brain injuries at Hightown where currently, in no small part thanks to their fantastic staff, all care services are rated ‘Good’ by CQC.
Julie showed an amazing attitude toward learning, taking everything back to her workplace to make some incredible improvements for those she supports, and won the UTS Star Learner award in June 2019.
As a result of what she learned, she's now much more effective in her role, better able to plan high quality care for the individuals she supports, and able to take on additional duties outside of her job role to develop her career.
WHY WE VALUE APPRENTICESHIPS
Apprentices in Health, Housing and Social Care work hard to provide high quality care, support each-other, and above all help people live full, happy, and independent lives.
On top of this they devote time and energy for learning new skills and completing their Apprenticeships qualifications.
We proudly support them to develop their careers, support their services, and deliver better quality care and support with our Apprenticeships.
Well done all and thank you for your vital contributions!
ABOUT UTS APPRENTICESHIPS
Unique Training Solutions deliver high-quality Apprenticeships in Health, Housing, and Social Care.
We provide exceptional learning experiences that help Apprentices and employers thrive within our increasingly challenging sector.
Learn more about the Apprenticeship training programmes we deliver here: https://www.uniquetrainingsolutions.co.uk/uploads/UTS%20Apprenticeship%20-%20work%20wtih%20UTS%20to%20deliver%20your%20apprenticehsip%20progammes.pdf