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The finalists of the annual award of the Welsh training company – FE News have been announced

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The finalists of the annual award for training, employment and skills, organized by one of Wales’ leading training companies, have been announced.

Recognizing employers and students who have excelled in the training, skills and training programs conducted by the Cambrian Training Company, the award will be held at The Metropole Hotel & Spa, Llandrindod Wells on 14 June.

Foundation Student of the Year: Hannah Fiona Lewis, 22, of In the Welsh Wind Distillery, Tanygroes, Cardigan and Ryan Harding, 26, Cap, Mertier Tidfil, living in Blanovon.

Student of the Year: Ben Roberts, 30, Evans, Overton-on-Dee, living in Wrexham; Despina Tsolakaki, 27, The Danish Bakery, Cardiff and Kyle Milo, Whitbread – Premier Inn Caerphilly Crossways, living in Port Talbot.

Top Student of the Year: Neris Margret Smithwick, 35, The Celtic Collection, Newport, living in Blavonone, and Jessica Kelly, 26, Stena Line, living in Goodwick, Fishgard.

Outstanding person: Fionntan Curran, 25, Forte School of Music (Cardiff) Ltd, living in Cardiff; Harley Baileys, 21, The Metropole Hotel & Spa, Llandrindod Wells, living in Kington, and Kane Deacon-Roberts, 25, NS James Limited, living in Cumbran.

Micro-Employer of the Year: Freedom Saddlery at Whitegate Farm, Hope, Wrexham and The Menai Seafood Company, Port Panrin, Bangor. Small Employer of the Year: Castle Inn Pembrokeshire Limited, Newport and In the Welsh Wind Distillery, Tanygroes, Cardigan.

Medium Employer of the Year: Thorncliffe Building Supplies, Dyserth and Celtica Foods, Cross Hands, Llanelli. Major and macro employer of the year: Celtic Collection, Newport and Bronglays Hospital, Aberystwyth.

The Cambrian Training Company, which has offices in Welshpool, Holyhead, Colvin Bay, Llanelli and Llanelved, provides on-the-job training throughout Wales.

Arvin Watkins, OBE, head of the Cambrian Training Company, said the company was delighted with the quality of applications submitted this year, despite the challenging circumstances caused by the pandemic over the past two years.

“We look forward to the awards ceremony at The Metropole Hotel & Spa on 14 June to demonstrate the commitment and commitment of individuals and companies to the apprenticeship program here in Wales.” The apprenticeship program in Wales is funded by the Government of Wales with the support of the European Social Fund.

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