Charnwood Training Group held a prestigious awards evening on Wednesday 24th November at the Kirkby in Ashfield based Hospitality & Catering Academy to celebrate the achievements of Apprenticeship Work Based Learners and Employers.
The Charnwood Star Performers 2010 Event was the first of its kind for the Hospitality, Catering & Security training provider and is set to continue for many years to come, promoting careers and excellence in the industry.
There were eight categories from the Most Promising Learner to the Most Supportive Employer. Each one recognising the success and praise they all deserve for individual and team devotion to the hospitality & catering industry.
The winners were:-
Rosie Strellis, Telesales Manager, from Punch Taverns Contact Centre. Rosie was recognised as an Outstanding Manager in the industry for being an excellent role model that strives to motivate and lead a team.
Victoria Banner, Charnwood Academy Receptionist. Charnwood Training Group proudly collected an award for Most Promising Learner for devotion and commitment to her Level 2 Customer Service programme.
Rachel Hope, Coach & Development Manager for Punch Taverns Contact Centre, picked up the award for Most Supportive Employer.
Debbie Law & her team from the New Foresters' Pub in Nottingham received fantastic recognition of their efforts and were announced Team of the Year.
Stuart Harvey, Advisor for the Punch Taverns Jubliee House was declared the winner of excellence in customer service.
Gemma Ruse from The Chip Inn at Worksop was awarded the Special Recognition Learner Award for gaining skills and knowledge required to support her current position.
Anthony Sansom, Chef Apprentice, Charnwood Academy crowned as Best New Entrant into the industry has set an outstanding example and will lead the way for other chef trainees.
Also recognising the efforts of its employees...Charnwood Training Group announced a Special Recognition Award to Training Officer Daniel Billetop, for supporting learners and employers and raising the professional standards within the industry.
'The Charnwood Star Performers Event 2010 was hailed a great success learners and employers alike. Charnwood managing Partner Jeremy Scorer said "For our first in house awards event, I was delighted with the way the evening went. We entertained a good deal of our learners and their employers -- all of whom enjoyed the event. We now cannot wait for next year to celebrate more successes".