NOVA TRAINING HIGHLY COMMENDED FOR THE 2018 ERSA EMPLOYABILITY AWARD
Nova Training has been highly commended for the 2018 ERSA Employability Awards, sponsored by Clarion Futures, in the award category.
The awards were announced at a special ceremony in London last week hosted by ITV’s Lucrezia Millarini, with the keynote address delivered by the Minister for Employment, Alok Sharma MP.
Now in its sixth year, the ERSA Employability Awards celebrate best practice across the employment support sector and seek to demonstrate the day-to-day hard work and dedication of those working to improve the lives of jobseekers, communities and the wider workforce.
ERSA received nearly 150 entries across ten categories demonstrating the breadth of work in the sector. The award entries were judged by Ashwin Kumar, Chief Economist at Joseph Rowntree Foundation, Tabitha Jay, Director of the Work and Health Unit, Gill Holmes, Senior DWP official and last year's winner of the Adviser of the Year award, Adrian Bailey of Prisoners Abroad.
ERSA’s Chief Executive, Kirsty McHugh, says:
‘The 2018 ERSA Employability Awards celebrate the extraordinary achievements of individuals and organisations across the sector, from the frontline advisers working tirelessly to help people into work, to employers supporting local people into the workforce, and the jobseekers overcoming huge challenges to move into employment. They all richly deserve recognition for their achievements and the awards give us the opportunity to say thank you for their hard work.
What a lovely recognition for all of your outstanding efforts on behalf of our learners.
Brilliant work all.
Nova Training - Operations Manager – 16-18 Study Programmes (ESFA)