Latisha Harris – Wates – Best College Performer

LATISHA HARRIS XMAS 2017

Latisha Harris

Age: 22

Borough: Brent

Trade: Business Administrator

Qualification: Level 3 Business Administration

Contractor: Wates

Latisha started her apprenticeship at the end of January 2017 after being referred over by Brent Works. She has already completed all of her work towards her qualification as to which she will officially be signed off for in the New Year. She will then be starting her Level 3 Surveying apprenticeship with Wates as a Trainee Quantity Surveyor.

‘I’m genuinely really pleased to win the award for K10’s best college performer 2017. If I’m honest, the course did have its challenges and there was some tough parts along the way, but I’m glad I persevered and managed to get my work signed off before my expected end date. I think it’s great that K10 reward apprentices for their hard work, it’s always nice to be appreciated. I’ll be aiming to win another award next year!’ – Latisha Harris, Business Administration Apprentice

‘Latisha has done brilliantly this year with Wates and I’m delighted that her efforts at college have been recognised. She is very good at her job on a day-to-day basis, but the college aspect of any apprenticeship is vital and it was clear that Latisha understood this from the very first day. Congratulations to her, she fully deserves all the credit she gets.’ – Aruna Heyer, Wates Administrations Manager

‘We are very pleased with Latisha’s progress in College, and delighted that she has received this recognition for her hard work throughout the term.’ – Julie Palmer, Head of Apprenticeships at College of North West London

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