He was presented with his award, which recognises the top score achieved by a candidate, at a prestigious awards ceremony at the House of Lords hosted by education charity CVQO.
Guy Horridge, CVQO chief executive, said: "Hardit performed well above what we expected for someone of his age.
CVQO is a UK-based educational charity that changes the lives of young people (aged 13-19) and adult volunteers through vocational training and development.
With a balanced and coherent learning strategy for the future, incorporating the latest technical advances, CVQO will be able to deliver training programmes that inspire positive behavioural change in the young people and adult volunteers that rely on CVQO.
Steve Taylor, Head of Corporate Communications at CVQO said, “From the first meeting with CM Group they were able to demonstrate their expertise and a complete understanding of our learning environment.
is a charity responsible for managing vocational qualifications for members of the Combined Cadet Force, Sea Cadet Corps, Army Cadet Force and Air Training Corps.
AT THE CEREMONY to present Cadet Forces Medal Awards for Warwickshire & Birmingham Wing Staff in recognition of 156 years of uniformed service are (front row, from second left) Flt Lt Bennett, Flt Lt Lee, Sqn Ldr Iles, (presenting officer) Wg Cdr Ladwa, WO Hale, WO Parker (rear second left) Flt Lt Newton and (rear first left) Flt Lt Foster recipient of the CVQO
Certificate of Appreciation.