University of Kent Apprentices Shine with Four Nominations at the Multicultural Apprenticeship Awards

The University of Kent is delighted to announce that four of its exceptional apprentices received nominations at the prestigious Multicultural Apprenticeship Awards.

The 8th annual Multicultural Apprenticeship Awards took place on 5 October, with our apprentices, their employers and Kent staff celebrating their success in a formal awards ceremony at The Eastside Rooms in Birmingham. Out of over 450 nominations, being among the finalists was an extraordinary achievement.

The University of Kent’s outstanding apprentices, who earned well-deserved nominations, were:

Aaminah Ahmed: Aaminah, a dedicated apprentice at Mondelez International, was nominated in the Creative, Media, and Marketing category while pursuing her Level 6 Chartered Manager apprenticeship.

Shuja Medhi: Shuja, a standout in the Clinical Trials Specialist apprenticeship with GSK, received a nomination in the Health, Medical, and Social Care category.

Muaadh Tanveer: Muaadh, a promising professional economist apprentice working for the Department for Energy Security and Net Zero, was nominated in the Management, Legal, and Professional Services category.

Aditi Anand: Aditi, another rising star among the Government Economics Service apprentices at the Department for Energy Security and Net Zero, was nominated in the Charity, Voluntary, and Public Services category.

Aaminah, Muaadh and Aditi all came highly commended in their category.

The University of Kent takes immense pride in all four of the nominees for their outstanding achievements. Their success is a testament to their unwavering dedication and determination, and the valuable opportunities provided by their employers to support all apprentices to gain the most from their experience.

Seb Cadinot, Head of Programmes for Global and Lifelong Learning, the University’s apprenticeship provision, attended the event and shared, “We are tremendously proud of our apprentices for their exceptional achievements. Their recognition at the Multicultural Apprenticeship Awards is a reflection of how apprenticeships can bring diversity and excellence to the workforce. We congratulate them on their outstanding contributions to their respective fields and their well-deserved nominations.”

The Multicultural Apprenticeship Awards spotlight the talent and diversity within multicultural communities, honouring those who overcome adversity to achieve their apprenticeship goals. These awards recognise apprentices’ accomplishments and the vital support provided by employers and training providers throughout their journey. The University of Kent is proud to have these four exceptional individuals as representatives of its commitment to promoting diversity, inclusion, and excellence in apprenticeships. Their nominations at the Multicultural Apprenticeship Awards underscore the University’s vision for a more diverse and inclusive workforce for the future.

You can view the full award winners on the Multicultural Apprenticeship Awards site, and watch this space for further stories from these outstanding apprentices.