It’s that time of year again! The ITEC Awards 2015 were held at Bowers Gifford Football Club on Thursday 16th April 2015.
During 2014, ITEC celebrated 30 years in business and our celebratory fund-raising activities raised £3600 for 3 local charities;
It was our pleasure to ask Stephen Metcalfe, Conservative Parliamentary Candidate for South Basildon & East Thurrock, to present a cheque for £1200 to each of our charities.
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The 2015 winners were announced and the results are:-
Adult Learner of the Year – Awarded for outstanding achievement and effort for over 19 year olds undertaking a part-time course with ITEC (non-apprenticeship courses)
Runner-up – ANGELA BLACK
Runner-up – NINA BOARDMAN
CompTIA learner of the Year – A special award recognising the effort and achievement of learners undertaking CompTIA exams as part of their coursework
Runner-up – JAMIE KEMP (for the 2nd year running!)
Microsoft learner of the Year – A special award recognising the effort and achievement of learners undertaking Microsoft exams as part of their coursework
Winner – SIMON REGGIONE
Runner-up – GRANT SAVILL
Employer of the Year – Awarded for outstanding development and support of learners at work
Winner – ATL HAULAGE CONTRACTORS LIMITED
Runner-up – VERTICAL SYSTEMS LIMITED
Line Manager of the Year – Awarded for outstanding development and support of learners at work
Runner-up – JON LAW (Lollipop Local)
IT Apprentice of the Year – Awarded for outstanding achievement by an apprentice undertaking an IT Diploma apprenticeship
Winner – DEAN LYONS
Runner-up – MELISSA GOGGIN
Runner-up – LIAM PARKINS
Business Admin Apprentice of the Year – Awarded for outstanding achievement by a level 2 apprentice undertaking a Business Administration or Customer Service apprenticeship
Winner – JAZMIN TAYLOR
Runner-up – CAMERON CHRISTALL
Social Media Apprentice of the Year – Outstanding achievement by a Social Media apprentice
Academy Learner of the Year – Outstanding achievement by an ITEC Academy learner
Winner – MATTHEW BUTCHER
The ‘Malcolm Bridges’ Award – This award is to recognise the achievement and effort of a learner who has overcome barriers or difficulties to achieve the outcomes on his/her course
Winner – GEORGE DONOVAN
Runner-up – SHELLEY BRAYBROOK
Well done to all the finalists! Congratulations to the winners and runners-up!!
A big thank you to all our sponsors, employers and learners.
A special big thank you to all my staff, who commemorated my 30 years in service with some special presents and a celebratory powerpoint presentation!