Resolve IT highly commended at regional apprenticeship awards

Resolve IT Solutions has been named as one of Yorkshire and the Humber’s best apprenticeship employers at the regional final of the National Apprenticeship Awards 2013.

The highly commended entries and winners were announced at a high profile awards ceremony organised by the National Apprenticeship Service, which was held at the Leeds College of Music on the 10 September 2013.

Andrew Seaton, managing director, said:

“It was an honour to be shortlisted and attend the Yorkshire & Humber regional final of the National Apprenticeship Awards 2013.

“Although we didn’t win the Nuclear Decommissioning Site Licence Companies Award for Medium Employer of the Year, we were both surprised and delighted to be highly commended.

“Being recognised for our apprenticeship scheme is a huge feat and I’m excited to see how the scheme grows over the next few years.”

The National Apprenticeship Awards celebrate the achievements of the country’s most outstanding Apprenticeship employers and their apprentices.

The awards are organised by the National Apprenticeship Service, who received in excess of 1,600 high quality entrants this year.

Sue Price, divisional apprenticeship director, said:

“This year’s awards were an exceptional showcase of the outstanding apprentices and employers we have in our region.

“Given the high volume and extraordinary calibre of entries we received, those who reached the regional final really are the cream of the crop.

“I’d like to take this opportunity to congratulate Resolve IT Solutions for this superb achievement.

“They are a shining example of how Apprenticeships can allow employers to grow their own talent, and enable apprentices to build real careers.”

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Andrew Seaton with former Resolve IT apprentices (from left) Alessandro Calamita, Kyran Stansfield, Matthew Wornes, Tobias Miller

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