Truro and Penwith College announce that Pirate FM will be a key sponsor for the recently launched Cornwall Apprenticeships Awards. Pirate FM’s Programme Controller and Presenter Neil Caddy together with Holly Day will be the comperes for the evening. Holly Day studied at Truro and Penwith College between her school and University days.
The Pirate FM team will join in the celebrations of the county’s apprentices at the evening, recognising individual and business achievement and commitment to the Cornish economy and community. Nominations are invited from businesses and individuals to vote for an apprentice who deserves recognition for their achievement.
Tamsyn Harris, Head of Business at Truro and Penwith College, commented: “We are delighted that Pirate FM will be supporting the event in this brilliant way. We are extremely grateful to Mark Peters and the Pirate FM team, DC Media and all our sponsors who are supporting this worthy event recognising achievement and boosting confidence for businesses and the future of Cornwall.”
The evening will showcase the talent, energy and contribution apprentices make to the current and future strength of local companies.