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Apprentices in Worcestershire’s hospitals recognised at regional awards

7 December 2016

Megan Lloyd award

Administration apprentices learning their trade at Worcestershire’s three acute hospitals have been recognised at a regional awards ceremony for young apprentices across Worcestershire and Herefordshire. 

Twenty eight Business Admin Apprentices from Worcestershire Acute Hospitals NHS Trust were acknowledged for their work over the past year in the special awards ceremony.

The Herefordshire and Worcestershire Group Training Associate held their annual awards in November, recognising the hard work and successes of apprentices from across the region. The awards ceremony took place at Sixways Stadium, Worcester with the winners receiving their awards from Olympic Gold Medal winning rower and MBE, Andrew Triggs-Hodge.

Megan Lloyd, an apprentice who works in the Ophthalmology and Rheumatology departments at both the Worcestershire Royal and Kidderminster Hospitals, won the 'Commerce Apprentice of the Year' for her fantastic work over the past 12 months.

Megan said: “I have really enjoyed the past year working in the Rheumatology and Ophthalmology departments at Worcestershire Royal Hospital and Kidderminster Treatment Centre. It has given me a chance to expand my skills and learn new ones and I am honoured to have been given this award.”

Congratulations to all the apprentices who were recognised. Each individual has made significant steps to develop themselves on a personal level alongside their professional development.

Page last updated: 07 December 2016