At The Forshaw Group, we are always putting our customers and people first. We are proud to be supporting five of our female members of staff with apprenticeships to further their careers in the business.
With their apprenticeships commencing for the next 18 months, Amy Meath, Danielle Seddon and Natasha Hurley discuss how undertaking their apprentice training will enhance their roles in our Customer Experience and Human Resources teams:
Which team is your apprenticeship with at The Forshaw Group?
Amy: I’m apprenticing in the Customer Experience team.
Natasha: I’ll be developing my skills and career in HR.
What do you love most about working at The Forshaw Group?
Amy: I enjoy working at The Forshaw Group as every day is different and it is a great environment to be in, with the opportunity of learning new skills.
Danielle: I’ve worked at The Forshaw Group for over a year, and I love how nothing is ever repetitive.
What aspects of your training are you most looking forward to?
Amy: I am looking forward to focussing on customer experience and learning how to better deal with our customers.
Danielle: Learning new things and bettering myself and my career.
Natasha: Working more with others and learning how to provide the best service.
How do you think your apprenticeship experience will benefit your career?
Amy: Through this training I will be able to help more people with their restoration enquiries, gaining the experience to be able to best assist them with their situations.
Danielle: I would like to be more experienced in my current role, and this apprenticeship will help me to feel more confident.
Natasha: I’m hoping to gain some more HR experience through this training.
What advice would you give to others looking to gain apprenticeships and work experience?
Amy: I would highly recommend giving apprenticeships a chance. They are essential in helping young people learn the skills they need to succeed in their career.
Danielle: I would say go for it!
Natasha: Do as much training as you can to benefit your experience.
Good luck to all of our female apprentices with their training!