Apprentice wins award

Kestrel’s award-winning apprentice Cerys Coy advises a strict diet of determination, hard work and enthusiasm to achieve success.

The 19-year-old from Scunthorpe was named Support Services Apprentice of the Year at North Linsey College as it celebrated National Apprenticeship Week.

Customer service coordinator Cerys said: “If you want something, you’ve got to go out and get it both professionally and personally.

“I worked hard throughout my apprenticeship and continue to work hard every day to ensure I provide the best service to our customers that I can.

“This award means so much to me because it really shows that if you really put your mind to something and work hard for it you will see results and succeed.”

Kestrel customer services manager Lee-Anne Harris said: “Cerys’s work is truly commendable and we appreciate her contribution. Her award for Support Services Apprentice of the Year is very well deserved.”