Nicklin LLP is excited to announce that all three of their nominated apprentices have made it through to the final of the Black Country Chambers Awards 2019.
Today, the team at Nicklins were celebrating with Sian Robinson, Danielle Heron-Brooks and James Terry.
The Black Country Chamber award for “Young Person or Apprentice of the Year” recognises exceptional young employees (24 years or under). Entrants for this award may have overcome personal barriers or are making a difference to the organisation, but hard work and determination has enabled them to deserve recognition.
The judges will be looking at:
- The approach to the learning and development of the Young Person or Apprentice within the organisation
- Challenges faced by the individual and how they have been processed
- Their achievements and how they were accomplished
- The impact of the individual towards the organisation’s objectives
Speaking today, Managing Partner, Mark Howell said: “We are so proud of Sian, Danielle and James and the news that all three of them have made it through to the finals.
He added: “At Nicklins we are committed to the progression of our trainees and offer a comprehensive training programme. We are so pleased that their hard work and commitment has been recognised by the Black Country Chamber and this marks another stage in their professional development”.