Training & Education Awards 2017

Wednesday 25 October 2017

Progress to Excellence are proud to introduce the Training & Education Awards 2017, sponsored by A2E

An exceptional day of celebration and recognition

Now in its fifth year, our annual awards ceremony will once again celebrate the achievements of people who make a real difference in the business, professional and health and social care sectors. The awards recognise those who make a difference to their customers through education and training.

Recognising our proud Merseyside roots, the 2017 awards will be held on Wednesday 25 October at Liverpool Crowne Plaza and will see the return of actress and comedienne Pauline Daniels who will host the ceremony.

To find out more, please contact Cath Goodwin by email at or by telephone on 0151 650 6933.

Congratulations to all of our 2017 shortlisted nominees. We look forward to welcoming you to the awards ceremony on the 25 October!

The nominees are:

• Big Yellow

• One Stop

• Autism Together

• Involve Northwest

• Elbow Lane Dental Practice

• Stick ‘n’ Step

• Gabryela Dopson – Little Kingdom Daycare

• Georgina Jones – Home Angel Care

• Bethany Carlisle – Yellow Star Nursery

• Rhian Amy Jones – Prokill Pest Control

• Tracey Piggott – Fieldhouse Residential Care Ltd

• Tracy Bass – Order of St Johns Trust

• Involve Northwest

• Tomorrow’s Women Wirral

• Mums to Marathons

• Shubhes Shrestha and Amber Seabrook –  Lyndon House

• Linda Shields – Caring Connections

• Lyndsey Sard, Larkrise Care Centre (part of Order of St John Trust)

• Paul Growney, Wirral Connect

• Joanne Fitzgerald, Autism Together

• Karen Conroy, Hatfield University Day Nursery

• June Blue, Progress to Excellence

• Dawn Law, Progress to Excellence

• Dave Unwin, Progress to Excellence

• Sisley Paris

• Autism Together

• Tomorrow’s Women Wirral

• Ian Clarke

• June Blue

• Lisa Lindgren

With thanks to Inteb, our Drinks Reception sponsor and CNS, our Chocolate Box Raffle sponsors.

We are delighted to be joined by RiverSign choir for the 2017 Progress to Excellence Annual Awards. They are a group of fun loving D/deaf and hearing people expressing songs through a combination of British Sign Language, dance and drama.

RiverSign support for local charities has been rewarded with a successful nomination by MSDP (Merseyside Society for Deaf People) at the 800 Group Volunteer awards.

Locally, they work closely with the PHAB charity in Bebington. PHAB’s aim is to promote and encourage people of all abilities to come together on equal terms, to achieve complete inclusion within the wider community.