As part of National Apprenticeship Week, we are taking the opportunity to share some of the fantastic opportunities embraced by our past and present apprentice students and celebrate their success stories.
Jake Nash, Bricklaying Apprentice at Persimmon Homes
Level 3 Bricklaying Apprentice Jake Nash secured a place at the University of West London to study Chartered Building Surveying after completing his Bricklaying Apprenticeship with local construction company Persimmon Homes.
Connor Ketteringham, Bricklaying Apprentice at Mitchell and Hudson Builders
Level 2 Bricklaying Apprentice Connor Ketteringham joined us at entry-level and has since found success with an apprenticeship at Mitchell and Hudson Builders.
Courtney Hills, PE Teacher Apprentice at St. John’s Church School
After completing her Level 3 Sport and Exercise Science with us, Courtney has progressed onto a PE Apprenticeship with St. John’s Church School in Peterborough, taking her another step closer to her dream job as a PE teacher.
Amelia Martin, Nursing Apprentice in the NHS
After completing her Level 3 Health and Social Care, Amelia has secured a full-time Nursing Associate Apprenticeship keeping her on track to becoming a fully qualified nurse in 3 years.
Alex Curtis, Maintenance Technician Apprentice at Anglian Water
After completing his Level 3 Plumbing with Stamford College, Alex Curtis has secured a Maintenance Technician Apprenticeship with Anglian Water.
Apprenticeships offer students invaluable training from industry experts whilst gaining formal qualifications and receiving a salary and in return, our employers benefit from improved employee retention, increased productivity and a qualified workforce.
If you would like to find out more about apprenticeships at Stamford College, visit Apprenticeships and take the first step towards building your future.