This award is for the Level 4 Data Analyst Apprentice who has taken key skills taught in the apprenticeship (for instance Python, SQL and Power BI) and applied them to a positive impact in their organisation. Strong nominations will champion data analysis in their organisation and show innovative applications of data to benefit them and their team.
Who can be nominated for this award?
Nominated individuals must be apprentices who are currently undertaking the L4 Data Analyst apprenticeship with Cambridge Spark or completed the above apprenticeship in the past 12 months (at the time of submitting the nomination) and who have contributed to the development of impactful and innovative data solutions within their team and organisation.
Nominations now closed
This award will be judged against the following criteria:
The nomination summary should explain in up to 500 words (maximum) how the nominated individuals meet the below criteria, including quantifiable metrics where possible, and why they believe they should win the award.
- Professionalism - tell us how the apprentice has consistently met or exceeded their objectives and shown a quality approach in both their work and learning, demonstrating professional values and best practices.
- Demonstrated impact and Measurable success - tell us how the apprentice has delivered at least one qualifiable benefit to their organisation in the past 12 months. Examples of possible measures of impact: Hours per year saved by analysing data and automating manual processes using PySpark and SQL, reduction in average TV energy use across the UK by analysing and presenting the effect of certain radio graphics, potential working capital efficiencies identifies through machine learning applications.
- Innovation - tell us how the apprentice has used innovative approaches at work.
- Role Model - tell us what actions the apprentice has taken that stand out and positively influenced those they are working with? The apprentice has gone above and beyond to be a role model for their profession and digital apprenticeships.