Convey Law finalists in Apprenticeship Awards 2021
Convey Law is proud to announce that we are Medium-Sized Employer finalists for the prestigious Apprenticeship Awards Cymru 2021!
The Apprenticeship Awards acknowledge and celebrate the leading Apprenticeship providers in Wales. Over the years Convey Law has trained hundreds of Apprentices into competent conveyancing professionals who provide excellent conveyancing practice and customer service.
Star employers, inspirational learners and dedicated work-based learning practitioners across Wales have been shortlisted for this year’s prestigious Apprenticeship Awards Cymru.
The annual celebration of outstanding achievement in training and apprenticeships will see 36 finalists compete in 12 categories for awards at a virtual ceremony on April 29.
Highlight of the of the work-based learning calendar, the awards showcase businesses and individuals who have excelled on the Welsh Government’s Apprenticeship and Traineeship Programmes and gone the extra mile to achieve success during these unprecedented times.
The Apprenticeship Awards Cymru are jointly organised by the Welsh Government and the National Training Federation for Wales (NTfW). Openreach, the UK’s digital network business and passionate supporter of apprenticeships, has renewed its headline sponsorship of the awards.
The Apprenticeship Programme in Wales is funded by the Welsh Government with support from the European Social Fund.
Minister for the Economy, Transport and North Wales, Ken Skates said:
“Congratulations to all of the learners, employers, tutors and assessors shortlisted for Apprenticeship Awards Cymru 2021.
“This past year has been incredibly difficult, but we have seen the best in people too, as they demonstrated the talent, skills and commitment to not only succeed themselves but also support others.
“Apprenticeships play a crucial role in the Welsh economy and allow people to earn a wage whilst developing new skills and capabilities. I believe they will be vital in helping us recover from the impacts of coronavirus.
“As a government, we have already achieved our target of creating 100,000 apprenticeships in the Senedd term. I am delighted that thanks to Welsh Government action, we are providing apprentices and trainees of all ages with important experiences which will benefit firms in all sectors of our business community now and in the future.”
Connie Dixon, partnership director for Openreach in Wales, said:
”We’re delighted to be supporting this great event once again this year and would like to congratulate all the finalists for making it this far.
“Apprenticeships have always been a key part of Openreach’s recruitment strategy. Not only do they bring energy, excitement, and enthusiasm to our business, but they also bring new skills, new experiences and new ideas. Good luck to all the finalists.”