Webs 2015 Awards Ceremony

BACK 13-07-2015

On Friday 10 July the Webs Training Ltd 2015 Awards Ceremony took place at the Village Hotel in Chilwell.



More than 150 guests joined us to celebrate the achievements of Webs Apprentices and Learners. There were 35 nominees across 11 categories.



Apprentice of the Year—Cabinet Making
Kieran Coles Bishop (Sherwood of Nottingham)
Winner! Sebastian Lay (Bill Cleynderts)
Leon Manning (Incite Interiors)
Simon Martin (Edsons)
Apprentice of the Year—Component Manufacture
Thomas Beall (Smiths Timber)
Winner! Sam Cox (DFS)
Ben Didcott ( Phoenix Chair Frames)
Apprentice of the Year—Kitchen Installation
Ricky Gray (Premier Kitchens)
Winner! Alex Johnson (Sleek Interiors)
Jake Rayment ( Premier Kitchens)


Apprentice of the Year—Polishing & Spray Finishing
Andrew Hawes (Bill Cleynderts)
Winner! Keiran Miles (Trent Shopfitters)
Liam Wagstaff (KLG Glass)
Learner of the Year—Timber Merchants

Vytautas Budginas (Pasquill)
Winner! Petr Janos (International Timber)
Richard Lyon (Pasquill)

Apprentice of the Year—Upholstery & Soft Furnishings
Ellie Bircumshaw (Parker Knoll)
Ross Hughes (Duresta)
Kevin Leadenham (QFC)
Winner! Dean Saunt (Parker Knoll)
Mark Stevenson (Andrew Paul Furniture)

Apprentice of the Year—Wood Machining
Reece Allsop (Lamtek)
Curtis Smith (Timber Trade)
Kristian Taylor (Calders & Grandidge)
Winner! Stuart Whitaker (Calders & Grandidge)
Adult Learner of the Year
Danny Flower (QFC)
Robbie Peet (Longden Doors)
Winner! Paul Reason (Duresta)
Young Achiever of the Year
Winner! James Brown (Welbeck Frames)
Kieran Coles Bishop (Sherwood of Nottingham)
Ashley King (Parker Knoll)


Advanced Apprentice of the Year
Winner!  Joe Bryan (Duresta)
Sebastian Lay (Bill Cleynderts)
Sam Morley (Duresta)
Stuart Whitaker (Calders & Grandidge)
Overall Apprentice of the Year
Stuart Whitaker (Calders & Grandidge)

Congratulations to all of the winners, you should feel very proud!

In addition, Calders & Grandidge walked away with A Special Recognition Award for their support and commitment to the Apprenticeship programme.
And finally Duresta won Employer of the Year for their work in developing a quality Apprenticeship programme and developing their work force for the future and for their work out in schools actively promoting the sector to young people.