Success Stories

Demi

Demi started an IT apprenticeship with Drive by Websites in 2013 and shortly become South Holland Apprentice of the year.

Christine of Drive By Designs says “it’s quite refreshing to have young people in the office and to hear young people’s ideas. From day one Demi was making money for the company because of the design work”.

Drive By Websites director Christine says “If companies are thinking of having an apprentice I would say it is a very good idea. It has worked very well for us”

Drive By Websites appeared in  ‘Spalding Guardian’ with a full page story about their apprentices from Steadfast Training Ltd, which was very well received.

 

Jessica

Jessica was a very competent worker and keen to gain a qualification and further her career in Health and Social Care. Jessica overcame many bumps throughout her qualification and was supported through her course unit by unit as her assessor knew she was more than capable of doing it. Jessica completed her level 3 Health & Social Care and has now applied to do her nurse training at Sheffield University.

 

George

George Runnels was doing a Level 2 Business Administration Apprenticeship at 16 and worked as an IT assistant in a school and loved his job but was extremely shy and anxious. He really opened up throughout the award explaining he was very nervous about doing the award but was enjoying it and felt more relaxed now. George has now finished his apprenticeship and has been offered a full time job, at the school.



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