Mary Sheriff Wins National Apprentice Award

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We're very pleased to announce that Mary Sheriff of a1-cbiss has won the Best Newcomer Apprentice award at the National SEMTA Awards!

In October 2017, Mary Sheriff was nominated by a1-cbiss and her designated Training Officer at The Engineering College, Birkenhead for the National GTA Apprentice of the year award for her dedication and commitment to a1-cbiss, her programme and her attitude as an ‘ambassador’ for apprenticeships.

Mary was shortlisted to 4 candidates from a network of 12,500 apprenticeships

Mary Sheriff commenced her apprenticeship at The Engineering College in September 2016 working towards an NVQ L3 Extended Diploma in Electronic/Electrical Engineering. Within no time at all Mary completed 6 of the required 10 units to cover her BTEC Course with distinctions, was well ahead of schedule and on target to achieve this qualification well before her end date.

At a1-cbiss we are incredibly proud of Mary’s achievement. We're so pleased for her and her family. We hope that Mary's success can serve as a motivation to all our apprentices showing what they can achieve.