P.I.E.R saw outstanding success at the Quality Skills Alliance Annual Awards Evening held at The Wales Millennium Centre on Wednesday 12th February 2014.
Training Bodies such as BEST Apprentice-
ships, Skillnet Ltd, JTL Training, Cardiff & Vale
college and many more were there to deliver
awards to the Apprentice of the year for a
wide range of apprentices, from Heating &
Ventilation Apprenticeship to Pre-Registration
Pharmacy Technician, from High Apprentice-
ship in Accounting AAT to Apprenticeships in Creative and Digital Media.
It was a brilliant evening and great to see the drive and commitment from apprentices of all ages who are committed to completing their training and taking the right steps to reaching their career goals. Proof alone that ambition is vibrant in the youth of today and goals are set high for achievement. Inspiration for the apprentices of tomorrow.
Host Frances Donovan delivered each award brilliantly and helped make the night the success it was. Looking forward to next year.
Pictured L – R: Alex Williams of P.I.E.R, Paul Ingram of P.I.E.R, Rhys Morton of Whitehead Building Services, Michaela Little of P.I.E.R, Pete Tompkins of BEST Apprentice- ships and Chris Carmody Heating & Ventilation Apprentice winner for Whitehead Building Services.