Seetec Outsource is delighted to be shortlisted as a national finalist at this year’s FE Week and AELP AAC Apprenticeship Awards in the category of Transport and Logistics Provider of the Year.

The award recognises excellence in the delivery of apprenticeships in this sector, including sustained commitment to working with employers, high-quality teaching/tutoring and positive outcomes for learners.

Suki Binning, the Executive Director of Justice, Social Care and Skills at Seetec, said: “The transport and logistics sector has been on the frontline during the pandemic, working day and night to keep the country’s supply chains in operation despite the circumstances.

“Helping employers to meet their learning and workforce needs during lockdown was particularly challenging, but the team took it on with a great deal of energy and determination. It meant rapidly adapting to new ways of working and focusing on making sure the right support was in place to meet apprentices’ needs too. This announcement is recognition of the hard work the team puts in to ensure apprentices can learn, earn and pursue the opportunity to build a successful career.

“Congratulations must go to all the other shortlisted providers who, like Seetec Outsource, always strive to provide the best possible apprenticeship delivery across the transport and logistics sector.”

National finalists will be recognised at a special celebratory reception at the Houses of Parliament on Monday 21st February, and the national awards ceremony will take place on Tuesday 22nd March at the Annual Apprenticeship Conference gala dinner and awards evening.