As its National Apprenticeship Week and our apprentices at Wave have been here for over 6 months, we thought we put together something explaining what department they are on now and will be on for the last 6 months of their apprenticeship.
Our Wave apprentices,
how are they doing
6 months later?
6 months have passed and our apprentices are climbing the ladder of opportunity.
Wave are happy to say that our four apprentices have each brought something different
and exciting to the team, and are achieving all expectations.
Now that they have gained knowledge of each department, they are ready to go on to
the next stage of the apprenticeship, and move into only one of our three departments.
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What Goda will be doing next?
“In the next 6 months of my apprenticeship I am
looking forward to extending my knowledge within
the sales sector, and achieve all targets set”
“I have really enjoyed sales over
the past 6 months”
What Amy will be doing next?
“The next 6 months on my department of analytics
and marketing will be another fun challenge
and I look forward to how I progress”
“So far the apprenticeship has been a real fun
challenge, gaining all the knowledge to achieve
what I have has been amazing”
What Polly will be doing next?
“I’m really looking forward to building on these areas
now for the last 6 months and am keen to leave
my mark here at Wave”
“I found it really interesting and enjoyable in
all the different departments during the first 6
months and progressed really well particularly
in RS Direct and with Wave TrackR”
What Lily will be doing next?
“Over the next six months I hope to develop
my skills further in my new department”
“During the first six months of the apprenticeship
I enjoyed the challenges set in place, and overcome
many personal obstacles. It also gave me the chance
to find my feet, and discover the kind of work that
I would like to be doing in the future”
Wave have benefited by taking on apprentices, and so can you!
According to research published in June2015,
apprenticeships at Level 2 and Level 3 deliver
£26 and £28 of economic benefits respectively
for each pound of government investment.
Apprenticeships boost productivity to
businesses by on average £214 per week.
Apprenticeships enable businesses to grow
their skills base resulting in increased profits,
lower prices and better products.
87% of employers said they were satisfied
with their apprenticeship programme.
76% of employers say that
productivity has improved.
75% of employers reported that
apprenticeships improved the quality
of their product or service.
National Apprenticeship Week is co-ordinated by the
National Apprenticeship Service and is designed to celebrate
apprenticeships and traineeships and the positive impact they
have on individuals, businesses and the wider economy.