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Catch22’s Housing and Property Manager awarded Top 50 in the industry

Property Management 50 have recognised one of Catch22's tutor as a leading influencer in the field.

21 July 2020

Stuart Shield (Catch22 2020 Apprenticeship Awards)

Catch22’s lead Property and Housing Tutor, Stuart Shield, has been recognised for his outstanding work in supporting apprentices.

Stuart received the Influencer Award from Property Management 50 (PM50), an organisation providing recognition for excellence in residential property management. There were more than 450 nominations.

Catch22 has supported more than 150 apprentices across levels three and four in Housing and Property Management, and has worked with more than 30 housing employers. During the programme, delivered in line with the government’s apprenticeship standard, apprentices learn general law, leasehold finance, land and built environment and customer service.

The judges said the Influencer Award was “for making a difference in people’s lives as they progress through their careers, or advising us as an industry on what we need to know to stay up to date and current.” Influencers are “leading the way”, and they recognised Stuart for his wealth of experience.

On receiving his award, Stuart said:

“I am hugely grateful and proud for this Property 50 award and for the industry to recognise my work.

Catch22 believe in putting people first which is key in this world we live in today. All my learners are keen, dedicated and professional, all starting a new journey or enhancing their existing one. We are thrilled to help them along their path.

I’d also like to say well done to all the nominees and winners. We work for a great industry so let’s strive to keep it great.”

The judges added:

“Stuart is much more than a tutor; he genuinely cares for his pupils.

He has a wealth of experience which he draws upon to deliver engaging, insightful sessions as well as excellent all round pastoral care.”

Read more about the Property Management 50 award winners here.