Together Training helps young apprentice through redundancy
Together Training supported Jessica to transition her apprenticeship to a new employer and has recently passed her HR Level 3 Support CIPD qualification, Jessica is now working towards her end point assessment.
Her new employer has provided a complex work based project that will enrich her learning, as well as enable her to evidence the Level 3 standards across a number of required areas. This type of HR experience is invaluable and rewarding.
Jessica said: “My Learning Coach Pankajni has consistently provided me with excellent support not just throughout the furlough period but for the duration of the course.
Apprentice, Louise smith, Diabetes Strategic Account Operations Specialist
at Medtronic, was on the most recent completed Level 4 Project Management programme. Louise gained a Level 4 APM Diploma .
“Whilst on the programme, I moved laterally into a new team, within a completely different area. Some of the modules I completed as part of the Diploma, including managing stakeholders, setting a project and strategic development, really helped with this transition.
“Overall the format of the programme and the clear structure made it very manageable.”
Together Training Apprentices promote opportunities during NAW .
“In the past an apprentice has been seen as a junior, somebody straight out of school. This is the traditional view of an apprentice.
“As the government is opening up apprenticeships across all levels of learning, from level 1 to level 7, an apprenticeship now has a different meaning. Businesses are still getting to grips with that. It’s about changing the mindset of the marketplace and showing that it is about learning new skills.”
Together Training Apprentice makes East of England class 2020
Former Together Training apprentice Kami has been featured in the official East of England Class of 2020. Kami completed her Level 4 Project Management apprenticeship with us and has since secured a promotion
Having spent the majority of her working life in the private sector, Kami was seeking a change of pace and in that search, found herself on the Hertfordshire County Council (HCC) team.
Together Training supports visually impaired apprentice
Together Training have worked with Hertfordshire County Council to create a tailor-made, unique offering package to help visually impaired apprentice Audrey Tonge, complete a Level 3 Business Administration with Level 2 Functional Skills.
Audrey is currently employed as a Business Administrator Apprentice within the St Albans Adult Disability Team at Hertfordshire County Council, and is being supported by Together Training practitioner Fran Renphrey.
Together Training helps Camelot develop apprentices
Together Training were joined by the Apprenticeship team from Camelot Group at the Business Lounge in West Herts College recently. The Camelot team were on site filming Managing Director John McMahon to discuss the new management apprenticeships due to be undertaken by a myriad of staff at the company.
Together Training supports local apprentice 'kick start' his career
Together Training has supported a former West Herts College student to secure an apprenticeship, helping him kick-start his career.
Nathan, who recently finished his studies in Engineering, had ambitions of a future in construction management. Nathan approached Together Training’s Managing Director, John McMahon, for assistance in his next step.