Bolton based training provider, Alliance Learning, establishes hundreds of successfully qualified apprentices’ every year.
In recognition of apprenticeship success, Alliance Learning is highlighting the continual success of two of their past learners.
After starting her apprenticeship in Business Administration, Chloe Ramsden landed the role of engineering administrator at Alliance Learning. In order to strengthen her commercial development, Chloe decided to complete the advanced stage of her apprenticeship which opened up opportunities in the marketing department, assisting the Marketing Co-ordinator.
Following the Co-ordinators departure from Alliance, Chloe was appointed the new Marketing Co-ordinator and now holds responsibility for all the companies marketing duties; which include organising events, literature and PR activity. The progression of her career is an outstanding success for Chloe, who is still only 19 years old.
Like Chloe, Saima Atcha completed her apprenticeship and advanced apprenticeship in Business Administration with Alliance Learning. Whilst in the early stages of her job as sales administrator, Saima started her apprenticeship and progressed to the advanced level with a view to expanding her professional growth within the company.
Indicating a great enthusiasm for her job, Saima was appointed Capacity Planner Co-ordinator in March of 2009. She is now responsible for co-ordinating all the commercial courses at Alliance Learning.
Having both completed the same apprenticeship; Chloe and Saima are an ideal example of the different career directions an Alliance Learning apprenticeship can take potential learners.
Maureen Culshaw, Head of Recruitment at Alliance Learning, commented:
“We feel by highlighting the fantastic success of Chloe & Saima we can engage with others who may feel unsure about their own career paths. As both these past learners have proved, an apprenticeship can lead onto a variety of job opportunities in a range of sectors – all you need is some good old fashioned determination!”
Apprentices’ must be aged 16-25 and may have to attend the Alliance Learning training centre 1 day a week, depending on the occupational area they are studying.