Immediate: October 12, 2022 Engineering apprentice Chrystalla Moreton wishes to end up being a role model for females in the steel industry and is described as a”shining star”by her employer. Chrystalla, 20, from Fairwater, Cardiff, is employed by reinforced steel producer Celsa Steel in the city where she is working towards an Mechanical Engineering Apprenticeship in Production Services delivered by training company TSW. She needed to modify her initial strategy to join the Army following a
family catastrophe, which took its toll on her mental health and she ended up doing bar work. Now Chrystalla has actually been shortlisted for the Tomorrow’s Talent Award at the distinguished Apprenticeship Awards Cymru 2022. The winners will be revealed at a virtual awards event on November 10. The awards highlight the impressive achievements, throughout extraordinary times, of employers, apprentices and work-based learning specialists. Highlight of the year for apprentices, companies and work-based knowing service providers and specialists, the awards are organised by the Welsh Government and supported by the National Training Federation for Wales (NTfW).