Q&A: Lewis Cunningham, Claims Apprentice 2022 winner

Lewis Cunningham, Claims Apprentice winner 2022

Lewis Cunningham, claims handler at RSA, was recently crowned the winner of the third series of Claims Apprentice. Post sat down with Lewis and sponsor Kennedys’ own ‘Lord Sugar’: partner and head of marine practice, Chris Dunn, to hear their thoughts on the experiences and challenges they faced throughout the apprentice selection process.

First of all, Lewis, congratulations on being named Claims Apprentice 2022. How did you find the filming process, and what were your thoughts when you watched the episodes back?

At first it was

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