Apprentice of the Month Award Quarter 3 – 2021
Apprentice of the Month Award Winners Quarter 3 – 2021
This year Capella introduced an ‘Apprentice of the Month Award’ where we ask our Capella Trainers to nominate a learner who they feel has gone ‘above and beyond’. This could be a learner who has overcome challenges, worked particularly hard, or someone who has made a real difference to the cohort, or their own business whilst on the programme. For Quarter 3 our Capella Apprentice of the Month winners were…
July 2021 – Casey Barron from Sunderland University on the L4 Improvement Practitioner apprenticeship.
The first of our award winners for Quarter 3 was Casey Barron.
Casey was nominated in July for Apprentice of the Month as her trainer Mick Dickenson was so impressed with the standard of her work at her Mid-Review.
“Casey was one of a very few delegates that have already completed the Measure Phase at Mid review. The quality and application of DMAIC is benchmark, if not exceptional.
Also completed the mid review exam to “Distinction level”. Is already compiling evidence for CPD therefore is proving to be a delegate that all others should aspire to replicate”
Mick Dickenson (Capella Trainer)
August 2021 – Ruth Ashburner who works in the Finance team at Wilko on the L4 Improvement Practitioner apprenticeship.
Ruth’s trainer Niall Coney said…
“Ruth’s drive and commitment is fantastic, but most importantly along with that drive is the level of detail in the work she’s completed.
Ruth has taken on board every bit of feedback and has always taken on the challenges given to her. At Ruth’s coaching sessions she has demonstrated how she has acted on the feedback and how robust improvements are being identified.
Ruth has really engaged with and led activities in the training sessions and remained a positive energy throughout the programme”
Niall Coney (Capella Trainer)
September 2021 – Dean Crow at Babcock Marine on the L4 Improvement Practitioner apprenticeship.
Dean’s trainer Mat Ellwood said…
“Dean is an enthusiastic individual that sets the standard for the group, He drives for excellence, and this has been demonstrated multiple times throughout the duration of the programme.
Dean has played an active role in coaching and sharing best practice with fellow members of the cohort, enabling him to refine his coaching skills and help others who don’t feel as confident when applying theory into practice.
Dean is a worthy and deserved recipient of the September award”
Mat Ellwood (Capella Trainer)
“Dean should be considering a Level 5 Improvement Specialist programme to further continue his already impressive skillset”.
On behalf of all of the Capella Team we would just like to say well done everyone!