National Apprenticeship Week 2020: meet our apprentices In the lead up to National Apprenticeship Week (3 -9 February 2020), we got in touch with our apprentices to find out more about their experience. [...]
Briony talks about her multi-faceted role as an administrator and how the programme is mutually beneficial for her and her employer.
Clare speaks about why she chose an apprenticeship over university. She also describes the day-to-day support she receives.
Jess talks about how much she enjoys her Legal Administration Apprenticeship and the support she receives from CILEx Law School.
Tegan chose an apprenticeship rather than going to university as she felt that getting on-the-job experience would be more beneficial in helping her determine her long-term career goals.
Tegan Duffy explains how doing an apprenticeship with Baker McKenzie has helped her to grow personally and secure a permanent position with the firm:
George Denton is currently working as a Litigation Executive with Browne Jacobson. He started with the firm as a Level 2 Legal Administration apprentice , followed that by completing a Level 3 Advanced Apprenticeship in Legal Services and is now studying for his Level 6 units as part of a Chartered Legal Executive apprenticeship.
I started my apprenticeship at Morrisons Solicitors as a baby-faced 18 year old fresh out of sixth form. I had never worked full-time before, let alone in an office environment, and I was still coming to terms with the fact that I would never have a 6 week summer holiday again.
I have been a Level 2 Legal Administration apprentice for the Accent Group for sixteen months, and expect to finish the programme within the next two months.
I have been working as a Level 2 Legal Administration apprentice at Swale Borough Council for five months.