Trainer Assessors and staff from Themis at Burnley College have been celebrating the success of a several Apprentices who gained prestigious honours in the North West Aerospace Alliance New Talent Awards recently..
As well as taking the title of NWAA New Talent Training Provider of the Year for the second year running, staff and Trainer Assessors at the Apprenticeship and Business Training arm of Burnley College was delighted to congratulate many of their Apprentices who were honoured for their exceptional performance and contribution to the success of their Employer's business.
Themis Apprentices honoured on the night were:
- William Fallows, of Paradigm Precision Ltd, Burnley, who was awarded the title Aerospace Engineering Technician of the Year
- Nabeela Desai, a Degree Apprentice and another Paradigm Precision employee, who earned the One To Watch Award
- Jack Windle (Safran) and Lloyd Duxbury (Paradigm Precision) earned Business University Challenge Outstanding Professional awards
- Joe Howorth (Paradigm Precision) and Mike Jackson (Safran) received highly-commended certificates.