Alliance Learning appoint former apprentice of the year

Clare Green has been appointed as Internal Account Manager at Alliance Learning, 6 years after winning Alliance Learning Apprentice of the Year at the Annual Apprentice Awards.

Alliance Learning are one of the North West’s leading independent training providers and specialise in the recruitment and training of young people through Government funded apprenticeship programmes across a wide range of sectors.

Each year the organisation hold an awards evening to highlight the achievements of apprentices and adult learners who have excelled in their training with Alliance Learning.

This year’s Apprentice Awards will be held on Thursday, 17th April at the Reebok Stadium in Bolton and 17 awards will be handed out to apprentices and learners of all ages.

Clare Green, 23 from Atherton won Apprentice of the Year in 2002 having also won Business Administration Apprentice of the Year after completing her Business Administration Apprenticeship NVQ Level 2.

Clare undertook apprenticeship training through Alliance Learning after leaving school at 16 and went on to work for Leigh Paints in Bolton.

Clare recently joined Alliance Learning as an Internal Account Manager and her primary responsibilities include dealing with course sales and bookings for clients across the full range of apprenticeship and commercial training courses offered by Alliance Learning.

Speaking about how the apprenticeship helped get her career started, Clare comments:

“My apprenticeship helped me to progress by developing my skills and confidence. With an apprenticeship you’re learning while you’re working and are able to put what you learn into practice, making you a lot more confident in your job.”

 On the Alliance Learning Apprentice Awards, Clare further commented:

 “I was gobsmacked when I won! To have won Apprentice of the Year over so many different categories was a huge boost to my confidence.’

‘The awards are a great incentive for apprentices to stick at it, to work hard and take the opportunity to progress in their career. To be a successful apprentice requires dedication and commitment, it will pay off in the end.’

 ‘My message to this year’s Apprentice Award winners is well done and keep up the hard work.’

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