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Apprentice of the Month: March 2019

 

 

 

Our March Apprentice of the Month is Callum Cocks. Callum is a Level 2 NVQ Stonemason working for Well’s Cathedral and has been nominated by his tutor Ash.

 

The Stonemasonry Apprenticeship provides a practical hands on experience of stonemasonry. You’ll learn to prepare for the job as well as produce architectural stone work. An apprenticeship offers you a broad opportunity to gain the knowledge and skills to become a qualified Stonemason, through instruction in the classroom and practical work experience on the job.

 

Callum’s tutor Ash told us:

“Callum is a model student and works to a very high standard as a stonemason and sometimes even matches the level 3 learners for skill.  He is methodical and is always challenging himself to become better, both at college and at work. Callum works very well within the classroom and is a popular figure, he is likely to finish his apprenticeship early and also complete his Diploma well within the deadlines given. He is also supporting other colleagues in the same class where required and helping with knowledge and tips on gathering evidence for the apprenticeship.  Callum has helped on open days for the college and promoting stonemasonry for department, he is engaging and passionate about his job and loves working with stone.”

 

Callum is well deserving of this month’s title of Apprentice of the Month, good luck with the rest of your studies Callum!

 

If you’re interested in an Apprenticeship be sure to check out our Apprenticeship vacancies here or alternatively you can look at our top three Apprenticeships for this month (March 2019), simply click here.

 

We also have an Apprenticeship and Jobs fair coming up later this month, which is ideal for anyone looking to get an Apprenticeship, talk to prospective employers or change their career. This will be hosted at The Guildhall on the 27th March, between 12pm and 5pm. You can find out more information and sign up to this event here.

 

 

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Apprentice of the Month: February 2019

 

 

 

Our February Apprentice of the Month is Charlotte Wetton. Charlotte is a second year Veterinary Nursing Apprentice working at Orchard Vets and has been nominated by her assessor Naomi.

 

The Veterinary Nursing course is aimed at anyone wanting to start a career as a small animal Veterinary Nurse and has an interest in all aspects of animal health and welfare. This is a great Apprenticeship for anyone looking to become a Veterinary Nurse and can lead to jobs such as Head Veterinary Nurse and also lead on to opportunities to specialise in other areas, such as Animal Welfare and Training.

 

Charlotte’s assessor Naomi told us:

“Charlotte has placed an enormous effort in taking feedback on from assessors and lecturers and applied this into new found knowledge to achieve the best grades she can. Because of this brilliant achievement and extended leap in her learning, Charlotte has been nominated for being a high achiever, the whole of the vet nursing team congratulate Charlotte on being apprentice of the month.”

 

It’s always difficult to select the Apprentice of the month, as they are all so hard working and achieve so much on their Apprenticeship journey. However, this month Charlotte really shone out for her high achievements and so was completely deserving of this award. Well done Charlotte!

 

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Apprentice of the Month: January 2019

 

Our January Apprentice of the Month is Ruth Powell. Ruth has been nominated by her tutor Romina Silva, she is studying Level 2 Business Administration and completing her apprenticeship at Monkton Combe School as a HR Assistant.
The Business Administration Apprenticeship requires you to play and important support role within a business or organisation. This could be a Business Support Officer, Receptionist, Junior Legal/medical Secretary. It’s a great route into a more senior role, as many apprenticeships will have opportunities for progression and further training after completion. You can also progress onto a Level 3 Advanced Apprenticeship and continue your studies.
Romina Silva is incredibly proud of Ruth’s achievements and her hard work in her role, she stated:

 

“Ruth has impressively progressed within her role. She has shown eagerness and willingness to learn and strived for perfection.”

 

Ruth’s Assessor also added:

“Ruth joined Monkton Combe School in Bath in November 2017 as a level 2 Business and Administration Apprentice. Since joining Monkton Combe School, Ruth has progressed impressively within her role as a HR Assistant. As an Apprentice at Bath College, Ruth always shows a willingness and eagerness to learn new skills and strives for perfection with both her work and College assignments. Ruth is very much a valued member of the team at Monkton Combe School.”

 

 

 

Although we are proud of all our hard working Apprentice’s at Bath College, only one can win the Apprentice of the Month. Ruth more than deserves the title and we are proud to award her Apprentice of the Month for January 2019, the first star Apprentice of the year! Well done Ruth, we wish you all the best with the rest of your Apprenticeship and the future.
If you’re interested in a Business Administration Apprenticeship you can find all the information here. We also currently have a vacancy for a Level 2 Business Administration Apprentice at St Marks secondary school in Bath. The role is as an Apprentice Receptionist, and the successful applicant will need to be calm, approachable and have a cheery disposition. You can find all the details here, be sure to get your applications in before the closing date on the 20th January.

 

 

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