2019 AWARD WINNERS
PERSONAL CONTRIBUTION – BUSINESS
Sponsored by Weston College
Do you employ a business mentor, enterprise ambassador, governor or similar volunteer?
Our judges are looking for a business professional who is committed to providing invaluable knowledge and skills to local young people.
WINNER - Emma Kelly, Butlins
PERSONAL CONTRIBUTION – EDUCATION
Sponsored by Train4All
This individual’s award recognises the most innovative and enthusiastic school or college employee. They may be a school careers lead, teacher,
lecturer or support staff member who is committed to providing outstanding work-related learning opportunities and education.
WINNER - Deborah Eele, West Somerset College
PERSONAL CONTRIBUTION – CAREERS INSPIRATION
Sponsored by Somerset West & Taunton Council
This award recognises the Work-Related Learning provider employee who has shown an outstanding commitment and passion for careers inspiration in Somerset.
WINNER - Maggie Whale, Somerset Work Experience Service
PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT – LEARNER
Sponsored by EDF Energy HPC Project
Celebrating individual learners who engaged with careers provision and demonstrated outstanding potential.
WINNER - Oliver Weston-Mann, Yeovil College
PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT – PATHWAYS TO EMPLOYMENT
Sponsored by CSW Group
Celebrating individual vulnerable and/or SEND learners who engaged with careers provision and demonstrated outstanding potential.
WINNER - Cameron
EMPLOYER CAREERS INSPIRATION
Sponsored by The Design Hive
This award recognises businesses who have engaged and inspired students in Somerset, and have shown
a commitment to developing a local workforce for the future.
WINNERS - Eloquent Technologies & NatWest Somerset Commercial Bank
CAREERS INSPIRATION IN EDUCATION
Sponsored by TMB Patterns Ltd
Recognising schools or colleges with outstanding careers strategies and programmes, offering a diverse range of opportunities for their students.
WINNER - The Castle School
CAREERS INSPIRATION PROVIDER
Sponsored by Willmott Dixon
Open to all work-related learning providers, this award sets out to recognise and showcase the programmes, projects and opportunities available to Somerset’s young people.
WINNER - Young Somerset
PATHWAYS TO EMPLOYMENT
Sponsored by Bridgwater & Taunton College
This award is for those helping disadvantaged individuals into employment. ‘Disadvantaged or vulnerable people’ may include leaving care, SEND, disability, NEET, long-term unemployed, returners to work, homeless, ex-offenders.
WINNER - Inspired to Achieve
Sponsored by Red Berry Recruitment
Open to all - The winner of the “EBP Outstanding Impact Award” will have demonstrated how, either as a school, college, business, or opportunity provider, they have stood out from the crowd and demonstrated outstanding careers education, engagement opportunities, skills development and achieved ‘success through collaboration’.
WINNER - Julie Young