ESC Global Ltd’s first apprentice Ryehan Amir won the Business Support Apprentice of the year at the Doncaster College Apprenticeship awards 2018.
Doncaster College hold an event every year during the National Apprenticeship Week #NAW2018 to celebrate and recognise the success of Doncaster College’s apprentices and their employers. The event took place at the main college campus – The Hub on the 6th March 2018. Being as it is the tenth-year anniversary of the college holding this awards night, it surely was going to be special one. The night consisted of set tables, drinks on arrival, speeches, live music and food. Everything from the cameramen, to the chefs and waiters were all in house students studying at Doncaster college; they had done a great job and the night was a success.
The Business Support Apprentice of the year award looks for outstanding individuals in the following sectors – Accountancy, Business Administration, Management, Team Leading, Customer Service, Contact Centre, Cleaning, IT.
It is with great joy we announce that Ryehan Amir, who is on a level 3 accountancy apprenticeship studying towards completing AAT level 3 has won Doncaster College’s Business Support Apprentice of year award. This is a huge achievement for both Ryehan Amir and ESC Global Ltd.
Ryehan Amir said –
“I am extremely happy with the result. Within the first two years of my apprenticeship, I have been shortlisted first as a finalist for the Doncaster Chamber Rising Star of the Year Award, and I’m now a winner of Doncaster College’s Business Support Apprentice of the year. This is a massive achievement for myself, and I am extremely happy.
I couldn’t do it without the team around me. Everyone at ESC Global Ltd have supported me and pushed me forward to achieving great things. I would especially like to thank Victoria and Debbie Slingsby, who spent hours creating my application and sending it off to the college; as well as believing that I would have the chance to win.’’
Victoria Slingsby said –
“ESC Global are a small family business, and taking on an accountancy apprentice felt like a daunting step at the time – 18 months on, and we haven’t looked back.
We are thrilled Ryehan has been recognised by Doncaster College as an outstanding young man, with a bright career ahead of him. We are proud to be playing such a crucial role is his development and training. Ryehan is a central member of our accounts team, and as valued member of staff.
For ESC Global, apprenticeships will now form a key element of our recruitment and growth plans, helping us realise our strategic growth objectives and support young people at the start of their careers.”
With it being the end of National Apprenticeship Week, I would like to say well done to everyone at the awards night who were finalists, and I shall see you next year 😊