GMLPF chief executive, James Glendenning will join a prestigious awards panel to help find the region’s top property apprentice.
The NWPAs, which will celebrate achievements across the North West’s residential and commercial property sectors, takes place in October at Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral.
As chief executive of GMLPF, a non-profit organisation which champions and supports over 80 Merseyside skills and education providers, James will join the existing panel of judges which includes Eric Wright, partner at commercial property agent Hitchcock Wright & Partners, Elaine Cunningham, owner of Elaine Cunningham Design Studio, Alastair Shepherd, director of architects Falconer Chester Hall and Lesley Martin-Wright, CEO of Knowsley Chamber of Commerce.
The event has 12 award categories in total covering all aspects of the North West’s thriving property sector. James, a prominent figure who champions apprenticeships and training throughout the region, is a fitting judge for the Property Apprentice category.
The award seeks to recognise and celebrate an apprentice working within the property sector who has made an exceptional contribution to the workplace.
James Glendenning, CEO of GMLPF, says: “It’s a real honour to have been asked to join the judging panel for the NWPAs. I’m looking forward to judging the entries for the Property Apprentice award and recognising an individual who is making an exceptional contribution to their workplace.
“As an ex-apprentice myself, I understand first-hand the benefits and opportunities that an apprenticeship offers to both young people and employers. It will be fascinating to see which businesses throughout the North West are leading the way and nurturing the next generation of talent.”
If you would like to nominate an exceptional property apprentice, visit www.nwpas.com for more details.