PETA Apprentice wins National Apprentice of the Year in Business Service
Gemma Loader pictured centre
PETA Apprentice Gemma Loader won the GTA England National Apprentice of the Year award for business. Gemma along with Huw Chapman, CEO at PETA, went along to the SEMTA Skills Awards in London on 1 March 2018. Gemma said: “After winning the PETA Apprentice of the Year - Best in Class for Business Award in 2017, I went on to win the GTA England Apprentice of the Year National Award for Business Services in March 2018.
“I was so surprised to even be selected as one of four finalists out of 12,500 business apprentices. As a year 1 Apprentice, to be a finalist in the GTA England Apprentice of the Year Awards was such a great opportunity. Not only being able to attend the awards ceremony but actually winning an award was wonderful and something I will never forget.
“The awards have made me realise that the opportunities provided by apprenticeships are endless. I hope I can become an Ambassador for the National Apprenticeship Service to inspire other young adults like me to select them as a career path.”« All News Articles