Following numerous requests for extra time due to the public and religious holidays taking place this month, nominations for The Multicultural Apprenticeship Awards have been extended until FRIDAY 12TH MAY 2023.
Promoting social mobility, diversity, inclusion and equity, The Multicultural Apprenticeship Awards aims to showcase those who are working hard to overcome adversity and achieve their goals through apprenticeships.
Over the past eight years, the awards have been able to recognise over 1,500 outstanding apprentices from diverse backgrounds across the UK.
Nominations are still open for the Multicultural Apprenticeship Awards which highlights and promotes social mobility, diversity, inclusion and equity in apprenticeships.
The awards, happening for the eighth time, are organised by the Pathway Group in partnership with Pearson.
As well as celebrating the talent and diversity that exist within apprentices, the awards also recognise, employers, universities, colleges and independent training providers that support them through this process. The Multicultural Apprenticeship Awards give apprentices the ability to be recognised in there filed and to learn from their perries.
Safaraz Ali (pictured), founder of the awards said: “I am absolutely thrilled with the impact the awards have had on the sector, and how they have evolved in line with a changing world, but the core purpose remains.
“Our purpose is to raise awareness of apprentices and celebrate the best of them. In doing this we hope to increase the take up of apprenticeships by people from minority communities and we encourage all employers, learning providers and apprentices to get involved.”
While diversity, inclusion and equality have by no means been fully realised in the realm of apprenticeships; developments and achievements are being made each day. These awards aim to support and augment this continual commitment to change.
The awards have several industry specific categories for both apprentices and employers, as well as a specific award for learning providers and universities.
The Multicultural Apprenticeship Awards features the following categories which are open to both apprentices and employers:
- Accounting & Finance
- Management, Legal & Professional Services
- Health, Medical & Social Care
- Retail, Hospitality and Tourism
- Charity, Voluntary & Public Services
- Construction Services
- Engineering & Manufacturing
- Creative, Media & Marketing
- Digital & Technology
- Transport & Logistics
As well as the following awards:
- Judges’ Choice
- Intermediate Apprentice of the Year
- Small Medium Employer of the Year
- University of the Year
- Learning Provider of the Year
Limited Sponsorships Available Are you an organisation that wants to be at the forefront of promoting diversity and social mobility within your sector? Please contact event director Kasim Choudhry at [email protected] to find out about how you can get involved.Recommend0 recommendationsPublished in