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WSP engineer Jo Adkins wins a National Apprenticeship Award

WSP engineer Jo Adkins wins a National Apprenticeship Award

 October 23, 2021

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WSP traffic engineer, Jo Adkins, has won the Royal Navy Award for Higher or Degree Apprentice of the Year award as part of the National Apprenticeship Awards.  

These prestigious award celebrate employers, apprentices and champions from a wide range of industries and occupations.

Celebrating those who have gone above and beyond to make a difference

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The National Apprenticeship Awards regional finals saw virtual ceremonies taking place to recognize apprentice employers, apprentices, Rising Stars and Champions up and down the country.

"The National Apprenticeship Awards highlight the benefits apprenticeships bring to individuals, businesses, and local communities, and celebrate the successes of those that have gone above and beyond to make a difference," says Minister for Skills Alex Burghart.

"I’m a major believer in what apprenticeships can do for employers, the economy, and the apprentices themselves, so a huge congratulations to everyone taking part in these regional finals," he adds.

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