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Army Apprenticeship Awards 2018

Lcpl Tem Meh from 27 Regiment RLC was nominated for the Army Apprentice of the Year award and although he didn’t win it was a very tight affair.

LCpl Tem Meh displayed an incredible level of professional maturity and determination whilst assigned to 27 Regiment RLC, with what his Regt calls an “unwavering focus to achieve professional and personal development at a level and pace unmatched by his peers.”

This was encapsulated by his completion of the Logistics Operations Advanced Apprenticeship in 2016 and his attainment of the Level 3 Logistic Operations Apprenticeship Scheme.

During his Apprenticeship, LCpl Tem Meh was assigned to the Falkland Islands, which may have been an insurmountable barrier in terms of distance and connectivity for less determined individuals.

But LCpl Tem Meh did not let this hinder his training or weaken his drive for self-improvement. He remained fully focused throughout and completed every aspect with a flawless commitment to achieve his goal.

LCpl Tem Meh’s training was conducted to the highest standard, enhanced by his mentoring approach to others during the classroom phase.

Incredibly driven and proactive, LCpl Tem Meh took it upon himself to complete further work and extra-curricular tasks to professionally and personally improve himself maintaining a high standard throughout.

His Regt said that he is an excellent ambassador of the Apprenticeship Scheme. He kept his chain of command informed, showing impressive management and communication skills throughout.

“LCpl Tem Meh’s performance has been exemplary which is down to the hard work and commitment he has shown. This outstanding soldier wholeheartedly deserves recognition. He is an absolute role model for what can be achieved through determination, resourcefulness and application.”

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