Learner of the Quarter

Kerry Nippers
Dearnlea Park Residential Home

July 2019: Excel Training would like to congratulate Kerry on been nominated to receive our “Learner of the Quarter” award.

Kerry is currently ongoing with her Lead Adult Care worker qualification and in recognition for her continued efforts, has received an £100 voucher of her choice.

Well done

Maddie Simpson
Ward Green Primary School

April 2019: Congratulations to Madeleine Simpson for winning this Spring’s Learner of the Quarter Award due to her dedication and commitment to programme and her efforts in promoting Equality and Diversity in her workplace.

Well done Maddie.

Sarah Tomlinson
 The Grange Residential Home

January 2019:  Big Congratulations to Sarah Tomlinson, our first Learner of the Quarter of 2019! Sarah works at The Grange and works with adults with complex Mental Health needs. Sarah has progressed straight from Level 2 to Level 3 where she has made significant development and is ahead of target. She champions person-centred care and has developed and implemented resources to make improvements in her workplace. Sarah truly deserves this award due to her passion and enthusiasm in care. Well done Sarah!

Pauline Auckland
The Grange

November 2018: Here’s Pauline Auckland, from The Grange ... receiving her “learner of the quarter” award!  

Pauline has completed a level 2 medication qualification and has being awarded this joint award from Excel Training, for her continued efforts to improve care practice. 


Keira Hopper
Elm Park Residential Home

November 2018: Excel training would also like to congratulate Keira Hopper , of Elm Park .. on being awarded “learner of the quarter” award by Excel Training. 

Kira received this joint award after her dedication towards and completion of her advanced level 3 apprenticeship in health and social care.

Well done! ⭐️

Faye Ashley Brown
Dearnlea Park Residential Home

August 2018: Today Faye Ashley Brown received her £100 gift voucher after winning the “learner of the quarter” award! Well done Faye and keep up the continued efforts.