LiveWest’s Ross up for another Inspirational Apprentice Award
Ross Jasper, a Trainee Neighbourhood Manager, is up for the Inspiration Award in the National Foyer Federations ‘Spark Awards’ The Spark awards are a platform to celebrate the often unsung contributions staff and young people at Foyers.
Earlier this year we were delighted to announce that Ross, who was previously a Trainee Housing Coordinator, was highly commended at the National Apprenticeship Awards. Ross came second in the Intermediate Apprenticeships of the Year 2017 category! What a fantastic result, well done Ross!
Ross was crowned the winner of the South West at the Regional Apprenticeship Awards before making it through to the finals. He has worked with many teams during his time with us far including Lettings, Customer Services, Neighbourhoods and Housing Support, completing Level 2 Housing and Level 3 Business Admin Apprenticeships. He’s become a valued apprentice and has quickly learned a lot from his colleagues. He’s got a fantastic reputation through hard work, commitment and integrity in all that he does, both of these awards are very well deserved.
Suzanne Hourahine, People Development Manager said: “Keep doing what you’re doing and being the person you are. You’ll have a fantastic career ahead of you, you’ve already come so far in a short two years and we are incredibly proud.”
Huge congratulations, Ross!
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