North Lincolnshire NHS Trust recognised at awards ceremony

The Northern Lincolnshire and Goole NHS Foundation Trust (NLaG) came up top at the Talent for Care awards ceremony this week, scooping both the employer award and the advanced/higher apprentice of the year.

Nineteen-year-old Chloe Grimshaw, who received the advanced/higher apprentice of the year, completed a level two apprenticeship in business administration.

After completing the course, she secured a full time post working in the recruitment department at Scunthorpe hospital. Chloe is currently completing level three as part of the role.

Commenting on her win, she said: “I am delighted to have won this award. My apprenticeship has helped me get my foot in the door and I now look forward to a long career with the NHS.”

Paul Bunyan, a recruitment manager who nominated Chloe for the award added: “Chloe has a phenomenal ability to manage a complex workload at a young age and is constantly working beyond what she is required to do.

“She demonstrates extraordinary levels of adaptability in her approach to her work and holds the team at the heart of all that she does.

“Her success with the Trust highlights just how apprentices have a positive impact on businesses and these young workers can help breathe new life in to the teams they work with. She is so deserving of this award,” he added.