An outstanding student who completed an Apprenticeship with GMLPF member Lite Ltd has become the first veterinary nurse ever to win the City and Guilds Medal of Excellence.
Emma Turner, completed a City & Guilds Level 3 Diploma in Veterinary Nursing as part of her Advanced Apprenticeship with Lite Ltd, a leading provider of small animal care professional training.
City and Guilds Medals for Excellence recognises the achievements of learners, lecturers and trainers who have achieved great results by producing exceptional work – going above and beyond what is expected to achieve their goals. It recognises not only excellent results but also those who show a true journey of progression throughout their qualification.
Emma was nominated following the successful and timely completion of her Advanced Apprenticeship. She achieved outstanding results for each aspect of this very challenging qualification – showing exceptional skills in all areas.
Lite director, Jackie Shopland-Reed points to the inspiration Emma will provide for others:
“Emma proved to be a conscientious, adaptable individual who is an excellent role model, not only for future students but also for the Veterinary Nursing profession as a whole.”
Emma was supported in the achievement of her qualification by Friarswood Veterinary Centre in Staffordshire, where she has since progressed to a Deputy Head Nurse position.