PETA Prevent Poster Design Competition Winner Announced
Rosie Adams receiving her certificate and a brand new iPad from PETA Director, Bob Hiskey.
As part of PETA Training and Consultancy Services’ ‘Prevent Strategy’, an Apple iPad has been awarded for conceiving and designing the most thought-provoking and eye catching poster aimed at learners aged 16 to 24 to raise their awareness of the dangers of radicalisation, extremism and the importance of British values.
The winning poster was designed by Rosie Adams, who is currently employed as an Advanced Apprenticeship in Engineering Technical Support at Meggitt Avionics. From concept to creation, Rosie’s poster clearly had much effort and thought put into it, as the message was personal and poignant, and the judging panel were very impressed with its hard hitting and effective message.
“When my assessor at PETA, Andy O’Brien first encouraged me to enter the competition, I wasn’t aware of the extent of the issue, but having read the PETA leaflets on Prevent and did some research, I realised I had a personal message that could make a difference. I used my brother as a model for my photograph and it was a good day when I won!” said a delighted Rosie.
Rosie’s design is now being used as a desktop wallpaper on all the screens at PETA’s three training centres in Hampshire, as well as featuring as posters for Prevent awareness that will help to inform learners that are attending PETA courses.