Online nominations are now officially open for the Themis Inspire and Achieve Awards 2017, set to take place on Thursday 7 September 2017 at Themis at Burnley College’s Princess Way campus.
The glittering occasion has been a highlight in industry calendars since the first Themis Inspire and Achieve Awards ceremony took place in 2013. At the 2015 awards, employers and Apprentices from across the North West celebrated their achievements together, and a fantastic night was had by all.
This year’s event will once more see top employers and Apprentices come together for an evening of celebration, success and industry-leading achievement, with awards presented by prestigious business owners and award-winning former Apprentices.
Nominations for the awards are now open. Employers and Apprentices who have completed their programme can visit the Inspire and Achieve Awards 2017 page to complete a nomination: http://www.burnley.ac.uk/Themis-Awards-Inspire-and-Achieve
Themis wants to know how organisations have shone in East Lancashire, and are welcoming nominations that truly showcase the exciting achievements of local and regional business and enterprise that Themis works with. The deadline for nomination entries is Friday 30 June 2017.
This year’s categories include:
- Intermediate Apprentice Award
- Advanced Apprentice Award
- Young Engineer Award
- Skills and Apprenticeship Award (Small)
- Skills and Apprenticeship Award (Medium)
- Skills and Apprenticeship Award (Large)
- One to Watch Award
- Judges’ Choice Award
Visit http://www.burnley.ac.uk/Themis-Awards-Inspire-and-Achieve for more information.
Director of Themis at Burnley College Simon Jordan said:
“We are looking forward to another successful event that champions the achievements of leading employers from throughout the North West. The Themis Inspire and Achieve awards have always been about raising the profile of local businesses and organisations who use training and Apprenticeships to move themselves and their sector forwards. We’re anticipating an influx of outstanding nominations, and we can’t wait to start the nail-bitingly tough process of shortlisting our winners.”