London Borough Apprenticeship Awards 2022

London Councils announces shortlist of 25 for London Borough Apprenticeships Awards 2022

London Councils is delighted to announce the shortlist for the 2022 London Borough Apprenticeship Awards, which celebrate the exceptional impact apprentices have made across local government in London. The winners will be announced in September.

Shortlist: 

Best Contribution by a New Apprentice

  • Asiya Mohamud – LB Hammersmith and Fulham
  • Khadiza Islam – LB Islington
  • Rebecca Hayward – LB Lambeth
  • Ryan Robertson-Barnes – LB Lewisham
  • Sahib Singh – LB Ealing 

Best Progression by an Apprentice

  • Akera Okot – LB Camden
  • Mah-jabeen Bhatti – LB Ealing
  • Scarlett Garvey – LB Hackney
  • Shannon Lidbury – LB Bexley
  • Steve McCready – LB Lambeth

Best Apprentice working in the Supply Chain

  • Jacob Ghanem – LB Hounslow
  • Kamal Ahmed – LB Islington
  • Mohammed Ali – LB Camden

Best Apprentice working in Schools

  • Abeo Ward - LB Hackney
  • Brandon Clough – LB Lewisham
  • Monique Tulloch – RB Greenwich
  • Rae Thurlow – LB Camden

Best Manager or Mentor

  • Dahlia Parkinson – LB Lewisham
  • Fahim Ahmed – LB Camden
  • Peter Hoang – LB Islington
  • Thomas Morgan – LB Hounslow
  • Tracey Barnett – LB Ealing

Best Work with Supply Chains and/or Local Businesses to Create New Apprenticeships

  • LB Camden
  • LB Hounslow
  • LB Islington

Mayor Rokhsana Fiaz, London Councils’ Executive Member for Skills and Employment, said:

"As we mark 12 years of the London Borough Apprenticeship Awards I am delighted to announce the names of the 25 apprentices who have been shortlisted for their talents and impact working across the capital. They represent the talent in our communities unleashed when we open up and widen opportunities.

“Each year, through the London Borough Apprenticeship Awards, we come together to celebrate the outstanding achievements of apprentices working for London boroughs and their supply chains.

“The Awards also demonstrate the scale of ambition London boroughs have for their communities, as apprenticeship symbolise one of the many ways local government in London offers enriching and empowering opportunities through skills development and training that can lead to rewarding jobs and careers. I am so delighted to announce the shortlist for this year’s awards and be part of a standing tradition at London Councils that recognises their hard work and impressive achievements.

“The nominees of this year’s awards demonstrate a brilliant array of talented and passionate apprentices motivated to serve the public good and the dedicated officers and managers who take on and support them to achieve their potential".

ENDS

If you have any queries, or would like more information, please contact Amin Aboushagor at [email protected] 

(The shortlist can also be found to the right hand side of the screen under the sub-heading of related documents.) 

You can find out about the winners of last year’s Apprenticeship Awardhere.