HTS Harlow praises apprentices at special award ceremony
Business / Thu 18th Nov 2021 pm30 04:15pm
HARLOW’S HTS paid tribute to their apprentices as well as they mentors at a special ceremony last week.
The chief executive, John Phillip as well as Non-Executive Director, Michael Harroveen and Harlow councillor Bob Davis praised the work of the apprentices, making special reference to the efforts during lockdown and the covid period in general.
Special mention was also made of their mentors, who had gone above and beyond, not only doing their own jobs but showing great powers of guidance an leadership in helping the apprentices.
Chief executive, John Phillips said: “I am very proud of our apprentices and the apprenticeship system we have at HTS.
I think it encapsulates the team work culture that we have here at HTS. Long may it continue.
Well done HTS for taking on the training of young people. So many firms in the past couldn’t be bothered and now they are moaning they don’t have enough skilled workers. Congratulations to all the apprentices and I hope they all have successful careers in the future.