With National Apprenticeship Week in full flow, we are celebrating the remarkable achievements of Geneve Gurr, who has been named Learner of the Year by Learn2Print and nominated for Trainee of the Year at the prestigious PrintWeek industry awards.
Since starting with us in March 2021, Geneve has progressed through our dedicated training programme to become a valued member of the print fabrication team. Her journey serves as an inspiration to aspiring print professionals and emphasises the importance of investing in education and training within the industry.
Learn2Print foster learning and development in the print industry and bestow the Learner of the Year award to the individual who exhibits exceptional qualities and achievements within their learning journey. Geneve’s six tutors highlighted her remarkable progression, thirst for knowledge, and exemplary work standards throughout the year, making the decision unanimous.
The Learner of the Year award holds significant importance within the print community and is sponsored by Heidelberg a leading player in global print technology. Geneve’s achievement reflects not only her personal dedication but also the high standards upheld by our own training and development programs.
Adding to her success, Geneve has also made the shortlist in the Trainee of the Year category at the PrintWeek Awards, the ceremony of which will be held on March 6th. The nomination recognises individuals who have shown exceptional talent, innovation, and contribution to their respective roles and further solidifies her standing as a rising star in the print industry.
Geneve said: “I am delighted to be awarded Learner of the Year by Learn2Print and to be considered for the prestigious PrintWeek awards. I didn’t know when I started with MacroArt in 2021 where this journey would take me – but with the support of everyone here I’ve been able to make huge strides in this industry and I can’t wait for what’s next!”
Lee Garnett, Continuous Improvement Manager said: “Since joining us three years ago, Geneve has gone from strength to strength. Everybody at MacroArt is so proud of her achievements. Nurturing talent in the industry is part and parcel of what we do as a business. She’s a tremendous success story and the perfect example as to what is possible with the right attitude and application.”