National Apprenticeship Week 2019

Out of the office

On Tuesday 5th March our Marketing Assistant Tasha, Marketing Coordinator Chloe, and Business Administration Assistant Aleks attended the Spalding Job fair, organised by the Spalding Job Centre at the Castle Sports Complex, to spread the word of  apprenticeships, knock down a few myths and help people looking for the next step in their careers.  Since our head office is based in Spalding this was a great opportunity to engage with local people and inform them about what we do and what   apprenticeships are.

On Wednesday Tasha and Jonnie, our Trainee Regional Engagement Manager, attended Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Kings Lynn to explain how our apprenticeships can benefit NHS staff.  While Jonnie and Tasha were sharing information in Kings Lynn

our Regional Engagement Manager Denise was visiting Watford General Hospital, part of WHHT, to show hospital staff and visitors why apprenticeships are the way forward!

Thursday 7th March, was another jam-packed day with Denise and Aleks visiting Lister hospital,in Stevenage, whilst Jonnie was visiting St Albans City Hospital to spread the word of apprenticeships within the NHS.

 

Getting social

Here at head office the marketing team have been working hard on ensuring our socials are everything apprenticeships! From busting myths to introducing everyone to the apprentices currently working in our head office as well as past apprentices who have completed their apprenticeships and worked their way up through the company to get to where they are today!

To keep up to date with our social channels you can follow us on Twitter (@steadfasttr), Facebook (SteadfastTraining) and Instagram (@steadfasttraining_) 

 

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