Celebrating and recognising success in the workplace is essential for a positive work culture. It really lifts the spirits of employees making them feel appreciated for their hard work and achievements.

Purley Park Trust, despite the pandemic, has made the time to reflect on the recent success of their employees who have recently completed their Apprenticeships in Adult Care Level 2 and 3 despite several lockdowns and working through what only can be described as a ‘really challenging period!’

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Julie Warland, Health and Social Care Apprenticeship-Trainer at Quest said: “Congratulations to all my Apprentices who have achieved their Apprenticeships through what has been an exceptionally hard time.”  

Julie continues: “The commitment and resilience they have all shown is amazing.  I am so proud of every one of them who have worked above and beyond to get to where they are today. The communication and support between Apprentices, the managers of Purley Park Trust and myself has reflected in the Apprentice’s results - outstanding grades for all end point assessments. Well done to you all! “

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Debbie Mackay said: “2020 was an extraordinary year for us all. I am extremely proud of Purley Park Trust and all of our staff who pulled together and worked with such commitment and care during the current pandemic. To achieve their qualifications during this time, is even more special! Huge congratulations to them all.”

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Debbie concluded: “We have been working with Quest for a number of years as our preferred provider for Level 2 and 3 Adult Care Apprenticeships for our staff.  The support our staff receive from sign up through to EPA is excellent, from both the Assessor, Julie, and office-based staff.  As an employer we are kept informed of progress with regular updates, so any concerns/issues are identified and managed quickly.  I have no reservation in recommending Quest to other care providers.”

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Purley Park Trust is a charity that supports adults with learning difficulties.

Quest Vocational Training specialises in delivering quality Apprenticeships to Adult Care, Supporting Teaching and Learning, Early Years, IT Technical Sales, Childcare Residential and Business and Commerce sectors across the South of England.

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Through partnership we provide our employers and Apprentices with a first-class service that meets all of their vocational training needs right through to senior management qualifications.

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For further information please visit www.questvt.co.uk or email enquiries@questvt.co.uk

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