National Apprenticeship Week – Natalie Parker

Apprenticeship role title and year started and completed: I began my role as a Digital Marketing Apprentice in October 2019. As of the beginning of April 2021, I will be transitioning to a permanent Marketing Assistant role.  What are/were your main responsibilities? My responsibilities turned out to be surprisingly varied. Because our marketing team is…

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National Apprenticeship Week – Jess Metcalfe

I started my Level 6 Laboratory Scientist Apprenticeship in April 2020 after I completed my Level 3 Laboratory Technician Apprenticeship. Since finishing my Level 3 Apprenticeship, I have had 1 year fully qualified as a Trainee Technician. What are/were your main responsibilities? Through my previous and current Apprenticeship, I rotated round different areas of the…

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National Apprenticeship Week 2021 – Eva Wild

I completed a Laboratory Technician Apprenticeship between 2017 and 2019, having the role of Apprentice Technician within my department. I was initially interested in the role due to the ability to work whilst studying and then after hearing more about the position, thought the practical based work seemed suited for me. Now that I have…

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National Apprenticeship Week 2021 – Poppy Turner

Hello!  I’m Poppy Turner and I’m a Curriculum Support Officer within the Academic Unit of Medical Education in the Medical School. My role includes planning and delivery of clinical teaching blocks, longitudinal placements, large-scale summative assessments and then the “busiest” part of my role finishes nicely with planning a 4-week community placement for our students….

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