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National Apprenticeship Awards mark rising stars in East Anglia’s business world

Left: Chloe Ludkin, Winner Intermediate Apprentice of the Year, from Diss. Right: Aleksandra Burzec, Winner Rising Star Apprentice of the Year, from Norwich. Picture: KevinGibsonPhotography

Left: Chloe Ludkin, Winner Intermediate Apprentice of the Year, from Diss. Right: Aleksandra Burzec, Winner Rising Star Apprentice of the Year, from Norwich. Picture: KevinGibsonPhotography

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Apprentices making waves in their companies have been recognised at The National Apprenticeship awards, with Norfolk women bagging two of the top prizes.

Diss resident Chloe Ludkin took home the title of Intermediate Apprentice of the Year thanks to her work with Treatt, and said: “My apprenticeship has provided me with a fantastic career already and amazing prospects going forward. Treatt has been extremely supportive throughout my years as an Apprentice and I can’t wait to see how my career develops with them in the years ahead.”

Norwich’s Aleksandra Burzec was awarded the Rising Star Apprentice of the Year on September 12, after her apprenticeship with Home Group.

“The apprentice journey has given me new opportunities that I would never thought were possible,” she said.

The Norfolk and Norwich University Hospitals Trust also took home Macro Employer of the YEar, and the PeoplePlus Award for Recruitment Excellence.

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