Judges will be looking for entries which showcase the impact an apprentice has had on the organisation they work for in the Tech & Creative industries, as well evidence of personal self-development and progression.
Throughout the judging process, judges will be looking for an apprentice who is able to demonstrate a passion for their chosen apprenticeship.
- The apprentice must currently be an Intermediate Apprentice (Level 2), an Advanced Apprentice (Level 3) or be completing a Higher Apprenticeship.
- The majority of the employer’s business must be based within Bristol or Bath.
- You must be able to clearly demonstrate your/ the apprentice’s contribution to the workplace.
- If apprentices are submitting the entry directly, they must be able to provide a 150 word supporting reference from their employer.
- Your answers should be up to 250 words.
- Why should you/your apprentice be the winner of the Outstanding Apprentice of The Year (Tech & Creative Industry)?
- An overview of the apprenticeship, role and responsibilities.
- 150 word supporting reference from employer (if entry has been completed by the apprentice themselves)