Proud staff and Apprentices at Themis at Burney College are celebrating after being awarded the title of Training Provider of the Year in the prestigious North West Aerospace New Talent Awards for the second year running.
But the success has not ended there as several high-flying Themis Apprentices and leading employers with whom Themis works, have also been honoured at the awards, which were hotly-contested by top aerospace firms across the North West and hosted at the Imperial War Museum, Manchester.
On the awards evening there was also success for Themis Apprentice William Fallows, of Paradigm Precision Ltd, Burnley, was awarded the title Aerospace Engineering Technician of the Year. William (21), who is a former pupil at Blessed Trinity RC College, is currently studying for a HND in Mechanical Engineering on a university course at Burnley College with the support of his employer, which specialises in the manufacture of complex fabrication and precision-machined components.
There was also success for another Paradigm Precision Sheet Metal Fitter and Degree Apprentice Nabeela Desai, who earned the One To Watch Award in the prestigious awards ceremony. Nabeela, who also scooped the One To Watch Award in the latest Themis Inspire and Achieve Awards, is 22 and from Blackburn. She is former pupil at Our Lady and St John Catholic College.
Two Themis Apprentices were also singled out for their achievements and performance in the annual NWAA Business University Challenge contest, which tested negotiation, innovation, communication and presentation skills. Professional Excellence Awards went to Lloyd Duxbury, of Paradigm Precision and Jack Windle, of Safran Nacelles.
Themis Aerospace Apprentices also receiving highly commended accolades at the awards ceremony were Mike Jackson and Joe Howarth,
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