Learning for Work Award Winners

Sponsored by NOCN, this award celebrates the achievements of adults who have learnt through an apprenticeship or traineeship, secured employment or a promotion at work, embarked on a new career, or started their own business.

Young Adult Learner of the Year - National Winner

Mohamed Mahyoub

"The moment you start thinking about education, it is the “right moment” and the “right opportunity” that you have always been waiting for..."

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Learning for Work - Highly Commended

Joanne Abraham

Joanne was determined that having a baby at 17 wouldn’t hold her back and after ten years of apprenticeships and training, she is now the Director for St Helens Chamber.

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Learning for Work - Highly Commended

Andrew Humphries

Andrew had always found it difficult to read and write and struggled to pass his exams. A diagnosis of dyslexia in his mid-30s gave him new perspective and the determination to succeed.

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Learning for Work Award - Regional Winner

Ashley Pickering

Ashley had a poor experience at school and left with no formal qualifications. Since attending his local lifelong learning centre, he has re-discovered his confidence and now works as a school bus driver.

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Learning for Work Award - Regional Winner

Chloe Causer

After being made redundant, Chloe was finding it difficult to find work again. When she signed up to the Prince’s Trust ‘Get into Admin’ initiative at City College Plymouth, her future prospects were transformed.

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Learning for Work Award Winner - Sponsored by NOCN - Regional Winner

Sarah Allington

“Without the support of Adult Education Wolverhampton, it’s unlikely I would be where I am, or who I am today.”

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Learning for Work Award - Sponsored by NOCN - Regional Winner

Jessica Watkins

“Having a qualification under my belt has allowed me to move on, I am no longer depressed and hold my head up high, allowing me to grow the bond between me and my daughter.”

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