The Asian Apprenticeship Awards 2018 Apprentice Finalists have been announced and Yasemin Çalağan-McClure of Crabtree Property Management has been shortlisted for the Judge’s Choice Apprentice 2018.
With a record number of nominations for awards received nationally across a wide range of categories, Yasemin, a desktop property manager, has done extremely well to fight off some very tough competition to become a finalist.
Now in its third year, The Asian Apprenticeship Awards celebrate the talent and diversity of British Asian apprentices, their employers and learning providers. This year the headline sponsor is the Royal Air Force. A leading trainer of apprentices, the Royal Air Force has 2,500 people undergoing apprenticeships in more than 20 different disciplines with a 99% pass rate.
On hearing she had been named as a finalist, Yasemin said: “I was incredibly pleased when I was told that I had been nominated for the Asian Apprentice Awards 2018 and was over the moon when I learnt that I was selected as a finalist in the Judge’s Choice category. I have worked hard to push myself through my apprenticeship whilst pro-actively managing my portfolio of developments and have progressed my career in the property industry during my 18-month course. Crabtree have wholeheartedly supported me through my course. I highly recommend both apprenticeships and this course in particular due to the opportunities and directions in which they can take young people. I am honoured to have been nominated and selected as a finalist and look forward to the event on 29th November.”
Jayne Hitchin, Yasemin’s line manager, said: “Yasemin’s cheerful nature and openness to feedback means she is always learning and growing as a learner, an impressive strength that will continue to serve her well throughout her career. Yasemin is just the kind of driven, engaging and curious person that helps make our office a lively environment and safe place to take intellectual risks.”
Now in its third year, The Asian Apprenticeship Awards celebrate the talent and diversity of British Asian apprentices, their employers and learning providers. Isa Mutlib, Award Project Director, commented: “I am really pleased with the quality of the nominations we have received this year. It’s amazing to read about the incredible journeys some of the young individuals have been on to achieve their goals.”
The winners will be announced at a the awards event in Birmingham on Thursday 29th November 2018.
For more information on the awards visit www.AsianApprenticeshipAwards.co.uk.