WE’RE DELIGHTED TO ANNOUNCE THE WINNER OF THE 2021
APPRENTICE OF THE YEAR!
WINNER – Cinita Jankoczi – London Borough of Barking and Dagenham
Watch Cintia’s Personal Brand video:
RUNNER UP – Charlotta Newman – Surrey County Council (Surrey Arts)
Watch Lotte’s Personal Brand Video
Click on the video playlist below to see more Personal Brand videos from this year’s Apprentice of the Year finalists:
Find out more about this year’s fabulous competition below and details about the 2022 competition will be announced soon.
The 2021 PPMA Apprentice of the Year event has been designed to test your personal qualities in a range of activities, whilst at the same time helping you to enhance your confidence and resilience. We hope that participating in this competition will encourage you to achieve more than you thought possible in your career.
The PPMA is keen to create an environment where talent can shine, and to offer opportunities for everyone to learn, grow and stretch themselves. Through your participation, your organisation is telling you that you have the potential skills and qualities to be a future leader in the Public Sector. It will be up to you to make the most of this unique experience and to cherish your networks online and offline over the coming months and years.
This event is all about identifying and showcasing the tremendous breadth and depth of emerging talent that we have in the Public Sector.
Daniel Andrei – Thurrock Council
Mattise Artingstall – Tameside Metropolitan Borough Council
Megan Best – Thurrock Council
Sam Bickmore – London Borough of Barking and Dagenham
Lucy Bonfield – Surrey County Council
Ruby Davidson – Surrey County Council
Molly Edlin – Islington Council
Cinita Jankoczi – London Borough of Barking and Dagenham
Harriet Ellis – Financial Ombudsman Service
Lewis Goodall – Doncaster Council
Owain Herring – Doncaster Council
Harry Johnson – Somerset County Council
Georgia McMahon – NHS
Toral Mehta – Leeds City Council
Megan Mitchell – Northumberland County Council
Ladan Mohamud – Hammersmith and Fulham Council
Charlotta Newman – Surrey County Council (Surrey Arts)
Rebecca Neville – The Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames
Georgia Parker – Somerset County Council
Erika Voinic – South Norfolk Council
Tyler-Reese Williams – Tameside Metropolitan Borough Council
Darren Willoughby – Surrey County Council (User Voice and Participation Team)
Isaac Young – Somerset County Council
What can you expect from the programme?
Our main hope is that participating in this competition will give your confidence and provide a platform for you to achieve ever greater career outcomes.
Who can take part?
Our programme is open to all Apprentices across public service organisations, whatever your age. We welcome people from all backgrounds and experience. Our most recent programme was hugely over subscribed and had participants from NHS, Local Government and Central Government organisations.
How will the competition works?
To enter the competition complete the application form which you can download by clicking ‘Enter Here’ and send it to [email protected] by Friday 26th March 2021. Shortlisting will then take place and successful applicants will be notified and invited to attend an assessment.
Successful applicants will be invited to take part in a two day assessment of individual and group activities and presentations on 22nd and 23rd April 2021. (Location will be determined depending on the rules governing COVID-19).
A master class in communication techniques will be held on the first day and we will provide additional guidance, support and coaching for the remainder of the competition.
At the end of the two days, the overall winner will be announced, and the winner will be celebrated at the PPMA Annual Conference.
£150 pp member
£195 pp non-member
Please send PO’s to [email protected]
APPLICATIONS HAVE NOW CLOSED FOR 2021.
If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact [email protected].