National Apprenticeships Week runs from 6 – 10 February and “brings together businesses and apprentices across the country to shine a light on the positive impact that apprenticeships make to individuals, businesses and the wider economy.”
Here at Unitas we’re extremely proud to have recruited 25 Apprentices during our five years’ in business. We’re proud to support and nurture our Apprentices. The skill, enthusiasm and energy they bring is crucial to our business and service. We’re further proud that many of our Apprentices have completed their training and have gone on to full time roles within Unitas.
Over this week, we’ll be introducing some of our Apprentices, past and present, to discuss their training, the impact an Apprenticeship has had on their life and their thoughts.
First up is Brooke Chomyn.
Brooke is 19 and is mid-way through her Business Administration apprenticeship. She began her Apprenticeship last January so is a year-and-a-month into her course. Within her time as an Apprentice, Brooke has impressed everyone she’s met. She’s given her time and energy to speak at Local Events, including the Stoke-on-Trent City Council Aspiration Summit. Brooke was a finalist at the Staffordshire Youth Awards where she was nominated in the Youth Voice category. Brooke is now employed with Unitas as a Materials Resource Controller, which she is doing whilst completing her Apprenticeship course.