A team of nine apprentices, all studying at Tyne Metropolitan College, have entered the Brathay Apprentice Challenge 2017. The Brathay Apprentice Challenge is the search for the apprentice team of the year – a competition which sees over 60 teams from across England competing to be crowned apprentice team of the year 2017.
TyneMet’s team comprises of nine apprentice champions:
- Ellen Gibson – Team Leader – Hareside Primary Teaching Assistant Apprentice
- Dhaiya Singh – Tyne Met Business Admin Apprentice
- Tyler Scarth – Tyne Met Football Coaching Apprentice
- Liam Thompson – Tyne Met Coaching Apprentice
- Lewis Biggs – Kier Business Admin Apprentice
- Nathan Stobbart – Kier Electrotechnical Apprentice
- Cameron Scott - Kier Electrotechnical Apprentice
- Jess Brown – Button Academy Beauty Apprentice
- Ethan Freeman – Green Zone IT Apprentice
In their bid to win the Brathay Apprentice Challenge, our team will undertake a series of exciting and interactive work-related challenges to develop new skills and showcase their employer by engaging with young people and businesses to promote the benefits of apprenticeships.
Our hardworking apprentices need your support to cheer them through the regional heats – you can show your support by following and sharing our journey on Twitter @TynemetBAC17
The regional heats, which end on 26th April 2017, consist of a community project to benefit young people and activities that raise the profile of the team, their employer and apprenticeships in general.
We will find out on 17th May 2017 if our team has made the National Finals, but in the meantime, we look forward to keeping you updated @TynemetBAC17