Apprenticeship Awards

The annual Apprenticeship Awards celebrate the very best of the region’s learners, training providers, educators and employers.

The awards are run by Express & Star in partnership with the Ladder for the Black Country. They celebrate achievement across a range of categories.

Walsall Council apprentice Emma Hannon took home the top award from the first Ladder for the Black Country Apprenticeship Awards. Winners in a dozen individual categories were also revealed at the event attended by 285 guests.

Ahmad Ford from HydraForce Hydraulics in Birmingham was crowned Apprentice of the Year at the 2021 Greater Birmingham Apprenticeship Awards

Honouring commitment and ingenuity

Working to upskill the region

Recognising achievement

The annual Apprenticeship Awards recognise the region’s rising stars from across a broad range of sectors.

They are a unique opportunity to honour apprentices from across the Black Country region working in sectors such as construction, professional services and healthcare will be recognised alongside employers and training providers.

Sponsor our awards

The Apprenticeship Awards allow businesses in the Black Country skills sector, as well as brands looking to get wider awareness, the opportunity to be part of the celebrations through an extensive sponsorship campaign.

Superb exposure

As well as brand positioning through coverage online and in print, thanks to our media partner Express & Star, you can meet new connections by being part of the annual celebrations awards ceremony. Get in touch to find out more about sponsorship opportunities.

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