It is time again to celebrate the success of our local people who have been supported through our Employability in Renfrewshire Partnership programmes.
Invest in Renfrewshire is all about co-operation. Businesses of all types, people with all sorts of ambitions, the team at Invest and local employability partners have all brought their own strengths to contribute to the success of the programme over the last five years.
Renfrewshire is full of amazing people with immense potential and thousands of unemployed people are supported into work here every year. Nearly 1,000 local businesses have signed up to support the programme, creating work and training opportunities and helping our economy to grow.
Have you employed or trained someone in the past two years who deserves special recognition or who has made a big difference to your organisation? Nominate them for one of our ‘Celebrating Success’ awards.
You can nominate someone in as many categories as you like but you’ll need to fill out a separate form for each person you nominate.
Awards will be made across nine categories:
To nominate, please click the awards name below to reveal the form.
The deadline for nominations
is Friday 16 June has been extended to Monday 26 June!
The Celebrating Success Awards ceremony will be held in Paisley Town Hall on the evening of Wednesday 6th September 2017.
This is your chance to nominate a trainee, employee or entrepreneur who has built a better future by investing their time, effort, skills and resources in Renfrewshire.
We look forward to receiving your nominations.
The Invest in Renfrewshire Team
For the intern making the biggest impact and whose commitment, energy and ideas have helped move their organisation forward. Nominees must have been hired through Invest in Renfrewshire’s Graduate Internship Programme.
For the trainee who deserves special recognition for their effort, attitude and quality of work. Nominees must have been supported through Skills Development Scotland’s Employability Fund, Invest in Renfrewshire’s Traineeship Programme or the Scottish Government’s Community Jobs Scotland Programme.
For the school pupil whose extra-curricular activity will best equip them for the world of work. This award recognises young people’s commitment to their interests and communities.
For those not in work but who are giving their time to others to build skills and a CV for the future. This award recognises the considerable voluntary work and community support provided by many unemployed people and shows that this can be great preparation for work in the future.
A star of the future with the talent and attitude to go on to bigger and better things. Nominees should previously have been unemployed and started in their job within the past two years.
For a Renfrewshire person who has shown the drive, commitment and enterprise to move to self-employment over the past two years.
For the employee with a stand-out commitment to training and development. We are looking for someone who has learned new skills, taken on more challenging tasks and progressed within the workplace.
For the Apprentice who has thrived in their role, developed their core skills and shown initiative and potential through the practical and theoretical elements of their apprenticeship.
Recognising the success of those who get into employment, training or education and overcome substantial barriers to transform their lives.