Finalists for the Apprentice of the Year Award

Omprakash Beniwal

Omprakash Beniwal

Apprentice Healthcare Assistant in Chemotherapy, Barnet Hospital, London

Omprakash has been nominated as Apprentice of the Year for his work on the incredibly busy Chemotherapy unit. Always making time to make patients feel like they are important and looked after, Omprakash never shies away from difficult situations, often pulling up a chair to do what he can to help struggling patients. Consistently kind and approachable, Omprakash’s manager has commented that he is the best Apprentice HCA they have had in 20 years.

Andrew Gunn

Andrew Gunn

Apprentice Business Support Executive in Marketing, The Edinburgh Clinic

Andrew Gunn joined The Edinburgh Clinic as an apprentice in 2014 at the age of 17 and since then has taken a hands-on approach to his role, becoming a highly valued member of the team. He has been nominated for Apprentice of the Year for his eagerness to learn new skills and his confidence in working with consultants and stakeholders. Andrew has organised staff charity runs, coffee mornings and fundraisers as well as project managing the clinics annual Highland Games.

Aaron Myall

Aaron Myall

Apprentice Health Care Assistant in Sexual Health, Homerton Hospital, London

Aaron joined the Apprentice programme in 2016 and has been working hard to deliver health improvement interventions to hard to reach residents from local estates. He has been put forward for Apprentice of the Year for being a trusted and valued member of the team and his happiness and supportive nature. Always treating people with respect and humility, Aaron has developed into an incredible asset to the team, placing patient care above all else.