Judges

The selection process for the awards involves an impartial panel of industry experts who generously volunteer their time to evaluate submissions. These individuals are chosen for their expertise and experience.

Judges review entries, ensuring a fair and unbiased evaluation. In cases where judges have conflicts of interest within specific categories, they abstain from participating in the assessment of those particular entries.

Upon the submission deadline, judges receive all entries in a uniform format, ensuring compliance with data protection regulations. Each entry is then scored by the judges based on the defined criteria for each category.

Judges meet to discuss their assessments and collectively reach a final decision on a single day, solely based on the content provided in the written entries.

It is crucial to note that the entire judging process is conducted confidentially, and all decisions reached during this process are considered final.

Alan Wallace

North East Apprenticeship Ambassador Network - NEAAN

Alan has been involved in Apprenticeships since 1986. He has had many roles in the private, voluntary and public sector. He headed up the Apprenticeship Service in the North East of England and was a member of the senior management team at the National Apprenticeship Service. He passionately believes that apprenticeships when delivered will make a huge difference for both Employers and Individuals. Alan now supports the North East Apprenticeship Ambassador Network in promoting Apprenticeships to both Employers and Individuals across the region.

Charlie Gresswell

Co-Chair - Apprenticeship Ambassador Network East Midlands.

I am Charlie Gresswell the Co-Chair of the Apprenticeship Ambassador Network East Midlands. I am a former Level 6 apprentice in Food Technology which I completed with Samworth Brothers. Since, I have taken my next career steps and now work as a Technical Assistant at SGS. I have mentored apprentices and have been heavily involved with apprenticeships through my employer and the Apprenticeship Ambassador Network. I look forward to reading about all the great achievements the apprentices have made, and thank everyone for their applications. Good Luck!

Jean Mountain

Mrs - Co-founder of Enterprising Women

Jean Mountain is a local business woman running several businesses since 1985.
Jean Co-founded the very successful Enterprising Women network in 1996.
Jean was President of the East Midlands Chamber in 2016/2017.
Jean won the Nottinghamshire live Business Woman of the Year in 2021.
Jean currently owns and runs The Dressing Room in Mansfield Woodhouse, a ladies boutique selling such brands as Joe Browns, Malissa J and Alice Collins.

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