Awards 2017 Nominations

From Refugee to Apprenticeship Success

3rd July 2018
Those shortlisted for the Asian Apprenticeship Awards have very diverse backgrounds and experiences.  Among them are young people who have overcome a challenging early life to thrive in their chosen career. Allahgul Mohabatti, known as Ali, was shortlisted for the Retail, Hospitality and Tourism

Anne Milton MP, Minister of State for Skills and Apprenticeships, backs the Asian Apprenticeship Awards 2018

8th June 2018
Anne Milton MP, the Minister of State for Skills and Apprenticeships, has given her backing for The Asian Apprenticeship Awards 2018. Below is her letter addressed to Project Director Isa Mutlib.     Nominations are still open. Visit the nominations page above. Deadline 31st July

Winning apprentice describes “life changing” experience

25th May 2018
Winners of the Asian Apprenticeship Awards have many good stories to tell. Among the success stories in the room at the 2017 awards, one winner has good reason to describe her experience as life changing.   Naila Bibi won the Financial, Legal and Professional Services category and was crowned

West Midlands Combined Authority to support The Asian Apprenticeship Awards

4th May 2018
We are delighted to announce that the West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA) has agreed to support the Asian Apprenticeship Awards working together to support the campaign to increase apprenticeship diversity. The WMCA is a collection of councils and Local Enterprise Partnerships (LEPS) who work

The Asian Apprenticeship Awards returns for 2018

9th April 2018
The Asian Apprenticeship Awards are back for the third year to celebrate the talent and diversity of British Asian Apprentices, their Employers and Learning Providers. And we begin with an incredible announcement. We are delighted to share that The Royal Air Force (RAF) will be headlining the

Triumph at The Asian Apprenticeship Awards 2017

5th November 2017
MORE than 500 people have celebrated the best of apprentices from the British Asian community and the companies and organisations that employ them. The second annual Asian Apprenticeship Awards took place at the Edgbaston Cricket Ground in Birmingham on Thursday, November 2, in front of apprentices

Shortlist announced for The Asian Apprenticeship Awards 2017

19th September 2017
After receiving close to 200 nominations, we are delighted to announce the shortlisted finalists for The Asian Apprenticeship Awards 2017. This year’s nominations have been impressive. Quality and standard of nominees shows the superb level of talent that is out there among the British Asian

CBI become supporters of The Asian Apprenticeship Awards

11th August 2017
We are delighted to announce that the CBI has agreed to support the Asian Apprenticeship Awards. The two will co-operate to promote the apprenticeship diversity of organisations in the UK. The CBI represent 190,000 businesses of all sizes across the UK at regional, national and international level.

Newsletter #1

31st March 2017
The Asian Apprenticeship Awards 2017 Newsletter #1 Welcome to the first ever newsletter for The Asian Apprenticeship Awards – what a really crazy past few months it has been since the inaugural awards. I’m Isa, Project Director for The Asian Apprenticeship Awards. It is a privilege to be

Winner of Brand of the Year 2016

5th December 2016
Pathway Group is honoured to have been recognised as ‘Brand of the Year’ at the Pakistan Achievement Awards 2016. This is a celebration of the collective efforts from each of our team members. In the apt words of author and keynote speaker Brian Solis: ‘We live in a time where brands are

Award hat-trick for our Event Director

23rd November 2016
This Saturday The Asian Apprenticeship Awards Event Director Kasim Choudhry added two extra awards to his cabinet in one night, adding to the one he won earlier this year. Kasim left a career in Law to follow his dream in event management, something he had passion for while studying at university.

Winner 2016: Washwood Heath School

18th November 2016
A COMBINATION of surprise and pleasure was the reaction of Washwood Heath Academy at having its success recognised at the first ever Asian Apprenticeship Awards. Washwood Heath Academy has only been training apprentices for two years but it has impressed the judges enough to become the first School