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Meet our apprentices

Sophie Pomroy

Business Admin Apprentice, Organisational Development
It has been the support system which has helped me to flourish within my apprenticeship. I get the opportunity to make a difference; this has truly inspired me to stay with the Trust and work on changing things for the better.
Sophie Pomroy

Jack Dobson

Laboratory Support Worker Apprentice, Microbiology
As an Apprentice I was getting a wage alongside a BTEC qualification – the best of both worlds. My communication and team working skills were hugely improved; I have also learnt how to meet deadlines. I have now progressed on to University with the laboratory, which is a great opportunity.
Jack Dobson

Alanta Hissey-Powell

Clinical Healthcare Apprentice (now Healthcare Assistant, Orthopaedics)
I wanted to gain experience within a hospital setting. The apprenticeship gave me the freedom and responsibility to take charge of my learning and prepared me for the working world. I now have a full-time job as a Band 2 Healthcare Assistant on the ward where I was an apprentice.
Alanta Hissey-Powell

Martin Bottone

Business Admin Apprentice, Learning and Education
I felt really enthusiastic about studying an area where I could use past working experiences as evidence. One of the main benefits for me has been gaining a detailed insight into a work stream that I have worked as part of for nearly 10 years.
Martin Bottone

Rhiannon Piccaver

Pharmacy Assistant Apprentice
An Apprenticeship is a good way of learning and still getting a monthly income; you learn on the job and gain skills and qualifications that can lead to job opportunities. The top tip for being an apprentice is to ask lots of questions and not be afraid to - it's the best way to learn.
Rhiannon Piccaver

Rhys Pugh

Orthotic Technician Apprentice

I'm quite a hands-on and practical person, so for me an apprenticeship was an obvious choice. In an apprenticeship with the NHS, the work I'm doing is always helping patients improve their lives - it's a really satisfying and fulfilling job.

Rhys Pugh

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