Sally Eaves Interview

25th October 2016
SALLY Eaves is a walking illustration of the truism that if you need something doing then find a busy person to do it. It is a passion for helping young people better their lives that is a motivator behind her decision to accept an offer to be a judge for the Asian Apprenticeship Awards. Her work

From Judging Day – Sheikh Bilal Khan

18th October 2016
INTERNATIONAL corporate lawyer Sheikh Bilal Khan has taken time from a busy life promoting the City of London and British business to be a judge at the Asian Apprenticeship Awards. His other work includes being an adviser to an All Party Parliamentary Group and a Board member of the Middle East

From Judging Day – Shazir Awan

18th October 2016
THE importance of getting more Asian people to consider apprenticeships is a big issue for a woman who herself followed the traditional academic route into work. Shazir Awan is also involved in a project to get more young women to become entrepreneurs. “I think that it is really important to get

From Judging Day – Ninder Johal

18th October 2016
ONE of the best known faces in business in the West Midlands is giving his time to be a judge for the Awards. Ninder Johal is a past President of the Black Country Chamber of Commerce and is also a Board member of the Local Enterprise Partnership. At the LEP he is involved in the promotion of

From Judging Day – Henry Joseph-Grant

18th October 2016
IT is hoped that many of the young apprentices of today will become the next generation of business owners and wealth creators. Helping businesses from the start up stage to success is a particular field of expertise for Henry Joseph-Grant who is one of the judges for the Asian Apprenticeship

From Judging Day – Lindsay McCurdy

18th October 2016
LINDSAY McCurdy is the founder of Apprenticships4England and an ambassador for the awards. She works with providers and young people to promote apprenticeships. But her main message is that young people want to learn from other young people when deciding on their career paths. “We put so much

Nazir Afzal Interview

27th September 2016
ONE of the top Asian lawyers in the UK is backing a new initiative to encourage more young people to take up apprenticeships. Nazir Afzal OBE is one of the judges for the first ever Asian Apprenticeship Awards. The idea behind the awards is to get more young Asians to take up apprenticeships and

We partnered with WorldSkills UK

26th August 2016
It is with great delight we announce that WorldSkills UK and The Asian Apprenticeship Awards have agreed to become strategic partners for the forthcoming awards on the 10th of November. The very best in Asian apprentices will be celebrated at a gala event in November that will be the first of its