Chemoxy Apprentice wins SSDP Outstanding Achievement Award (Mechanical)

Posted on July 13, 2017 Chemoxy Apprentice wins SSDP Outstanding Achievement Award (Mechanical)

Chemoxy’s Adam Bytheway won the SSDP Outstanding Achievement Award (Mechanical). He was presented with his award at the celebration event at the STEM Centre in Middlesbrough on Friday 7th July by George Ritchie, Chair of the North East Apprenticeship Ambassador Network. The Sembcorp Skills Development Programme, delivered by the National Skills Academy with investment from the Employer Ownership of Skills Pilot (EOP) was created to help address the skills shortage in the process industry. The Apprenticeship route is one of the key avenues for replenishing and building skills for the sector and one in which Chemoxy have supported for a number of years. The Award aims to recognise and celebrate exceptional apprentices employed in the life science sector. Chemoxy nominated Adam due to his continuous commitment to improve his skill development, completing work to a high standard and his positive attitude to supporting and guiding other young learners with an interest in apprenticeships and to help them achieve what he has, so far. Well done Adam!