Warwick Woman in Running for Life-Changing Award
Catherine Prout, a local woman,
from Warwick has been short listed in The Remote Worker Awards in The
Helen O’ Grady Special Award and now stands a chance of winning her own
home based franchise worth £15k.
The Helen O’ Grady Special
Award is the flagship Award in The Remote
Worker Awards, in association with BT Business, and The Helen O’ Grady
Drama Academy is giving away a home based business worth £15k!
This 'life changing'
competition was open to everyone and so easy to win! Entrants with an interest
or an enthusiasm for social interaction and
communication with young people were asked to show how they would
combine their love of drama or their
experience teaching children. Seven of the best entrants are now in the running
to win a successful full time business run from their home office.
The Helen O’Grady Drama Academy’s affordable international drama program is
delivered weekly to almost 13,000 children in the UK alone and to many more in
twenty five other countries worldwide.
Catherine’s background in the arts, and in
particular in drama, led to her being short-listed for the Helen O’ Grady
Special Award. Her passions have been
children and the theatre and she is an ideal candidate to be considered for
opening a Helen O’Grady Drama Academy in her area. Catherine has been dedicated to whatever role
she has been employed in over the last few years and will bring enthusiasm,
confidence and experience if she was to win this Award.
The winner of The Helen O’ Grady
Special Award will become a Helen O’ Grady Principal and receive an exclusive
territory to work in. She will also receive comprehensive initial training,
regular ongoing support and reassuring financial advice. All for answering
three easy questions and showing why she should win this extraordinary Award.
Catherine said: "I am absolutely
thrilled and very excited to have be short-listed for this award, it has come
as a great surprise! The Helen O'Grady Drama Academy has such a brilliant ethos
and perspective on teaching young people creatively that I am honoured to have
been chosen by them."
Remote Worker Awards will culminate in a winning ceremony at the stunning
Cliveden House in Berkshire on 10th September, where Catherine will
find out if she has won this superb prize that will change her working life!
Remote Employment, Google’s No 1 job site for
flexible and home based jobs, launched The Remote
Worker Awards in association with BT Business to highlight how home
working and remote working benefits the British public and their working life.
To read more about The Remote Worker Awards, browse www.remoteworkerawards.
Find out more about all the short listed winners.
information about The Helen O’ Grady Special Award, browse www.remoteworkerawards.com
> The Helen O’ Grady Special Award.