In recognition of her dedicated support of ATT FE and her valuable role in the team, Business Administration apprentice Charlotte Birch has been named Mansfield and Ashfield 2020 Young Apprentice of the Year 2017. This award recognises an apprentice who has shown dedication, commitment and outstanding contribution to a business.
Charlotte won her award for being a team player and for all the hard work that she does on a day to day basis to support ATT FE. Charlotte has supported the ethos of ATT FE from her very first day. Charlotte is committed and highly-motivated and can stay focused even when under pressure. Charlotte has recently taken on several additional work tasks for ATT FE which include payroll and HR administration. The attention of detail required for this work is very high. Charlotte is meticulous in all that she does and is a joy to work with.
Liz Barrett, Principal at Academy Transformation Trust Further Education commented “It has been a privilege and a pleasure to watch Charlotte learn and grow since starting her Apprenticeship and Charlotte is a perfect example as to the value of the impact that an Apprenticeship learning aim can have upon a young person’s life. Under the careful guidance of her Apprenticeship Mentor Tasha Price, Charlotte has gone from strength to strength in her skill-set development often on a weekly basis. The support that Charlotte has received from her Assessors has also been invaluable’.
Charlotte received her award at the Annual Ball and Awards 2017, hosted by Mansfield and Ashfield 2020 business development group, which celebrates local businesses, organisations and people, and their contribution to economic development of the Nottinghamshire area.Back to News