Essential Site Skills has been made a finalist for the ‘Positive Impact Award’ at the prestigious SME National Business Awards 2020.
The SME National Business Awards are made up of 16 categories and is a sought after accolade of achievement, a veritable endorsement of success in business.
The Positive Impact Award is an award dedicated to those companies who have adapted and innovated their business for the good of the community, in order to provide solutions to presented challenges.
The pinnacle of the awards is the Grand Celebration, a black tie evening on 28th July 2021.
The SME National Business Awards are made up of 18 categories that allow any successful business in the UK to enter. All entries are judged by up to 4 of a national panel of judges.
Training & Consultancy Director for Essential Site Skills, Darren O’Neill commented: “We’re super thrilled to be shortlisted for the SME Positive Impact Award. In what has been a challenging time for all recently, this recognition highlights the incredible durability, creativity and dedication of our outstanding employees across all areas of ESS to ensure our clients still receive the very best services.”
Essential Site Skills provides a plethora of courses across a range of disciplines relating to construction, plant operations, workplace health and safety, and much more. The company is one of 12 others shortlisted for the Positive Impact award.
You can find out more about the ceremony taking place in July here: https://www.smenationalbusinessawards.co.uk/
The company recently celebrated another award nomination; Managing Director Catherine Storer has been shortlisted as a nominee for the National Business Women’s Awards, taking place in May. Catherine will be up alongside nine other women nominated in the ‘Business Woman of the Year – Small’ category. You can find out more about Catherine’s nomination here.
Essesntial Site Skills supports the marketing and economic growth of the town through Chesterfield Champions, a network of over 180 organisations across Chesterfield and North Derbyshire.