2017 Employability Awards

Work EastRen 2017 Employability Awards

East Renfrewshire Employability Awards 2017 are now open for nominations

We are delighted to launch the first East Renfrewshire Employability Awards.

The event will celebrate the success of our local people who have been supported through the wide range of employability programmes being delivered in the area.

Have you employed or trained someone in the past 18 months (April 2016 – October 2017) who deserves special recognition or who has made a big difference to your organisation? Nominate them for one of our awards.

You can nominate someone in those relevant categories open to you as many times as you like, but you will need to fill out a separate form for each person you nominate.

Awards will be made across six categories:

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Criteria: For the Working Matters client who has demonstrated commitment to move onto self-employment, employment or further/higher education. This awards also recognises their efforts and attitude to progression

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Criteria: For the Work EastRen client/trainee who deserves special recognition for their efforts, attitude to progression and quality of work.

Nominees must have been supported through Work EastRen’s CPP Employability Pipeline and Employability Fund programmes.

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Criteria: For the Modern Apprentice who has thrived in their new role, developed their core skills and shown initiative and potential through the practical and theoretical elements of their apprenticeship.

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Criteria: For the person with stand-out commitment to training and development. We are looking for someone who has learned new skills, taken on more challenging tasks, and progressed within the workplace, training or volunteering.

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Criteria: For the young person who has shown drive, commitment and enterprise to move onto self-employment, employment or further/higher education.

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Criteria: For the Family Firm client who has demonstrated commitment to move onto self-employment, employment or further/higher education. This awards also recognises their efforts and attitude to progression.

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The deadline for nominations is Friday 20 October 2017.

East Renfrewshire Employability Awards 2017 ceremony will be held in The Barrhead Foundry on the evening of Thursday 23rd November 2017, 7-9pm.

This is your chance to nominate a trainee or employee who has shown the qualities necessary in building a better future and who has invested their time, effort, skills and resources in East Renfrewshire.

We look forward to receiving your nominations.

The Work EastRen team.

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Awards will be made across 6 categories:

Category Criteria Who can nominate?
Working Matters Special Recognition Award For the Working Matters client who has demonstrated commitment to move onto self-employment, employment or further/higher education. This awards also recognises their efforts and attitude to progression Working Matters team of Work EastRen

 

Category Criteria Who can nominate?
Work EastRen Best Trainee Award For the Work EastRen client/trainee who deserves special recognition for their efforts, attitude to progression and quality of work.

 

Nominees must have been supported through Work EastRen’s CPP Employability Pipeline and Employability Fund programmes.

Work EastRen Business Partners only.

 

Category Criteria Who can nominate?
East Renfrewshire Council Modern Apprenticeship of the Year For the Modern Apprentice who has thrived in their new role, developed their core skills and shown initiative and potential through the practical and theoretical elements of their apprenticeship. Modern Apprentice Supervisors only. This award covers the period of April 2016 – October 2017.

 

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Development in Employability Award For the person with stand-out commitment to training and development. We are looking for someone who has learned new skills, taken on more challenging tasks, and progressed within the workplace, training or volunteering. All partners

 

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Developing the Young Workforce Award For the young person who has shown drive, commitment and enterprise to move onto self-employment, employment or further/higher education. ERC Education Department, Skills Development Scotland and DYW West

 

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Family Firm Special Recognition Award For the Family Firm client who has demonstrated commitment to move onto self-employment, employment or further/higher education. This awards also recognises their efforts and attitude to progression ERC Economic Development and Regeneration, Health and Social Care Partnership (HSCP)