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CIPD Apprenticeship Journey: 1 month in

Feb. 24, 2020 by

So I’m now one month into my CIPD, HR Partner, level 5 Apprenticeship with Exeter College. I have been attending classes in Exeter, tutored by Kathy Hill. As I mentioned in my last post, our group are from a range

Why I Joined the Young Apprenticeship Ambassador Network

Feb. 19, 2020 by

Georgie Rand Gas Engineer Direct Works Team (Former Plumbing and Domestic Heating Technician, level 2 and 3) Why would you like to join the YAAN I would like to join the YAAN as I think I would be a good

Apprenticeship Levels Demystified

Feb. 13, 2020 by

Working out apprenticeship levels can be quite confusing. Employers, Apprentices and Parents may have preconceived ideas about what is the right level for the job or the individual. So I thought I would attempt to explain the levels and what

Fran talks about the Chartered Manager Degree Apprenticeship

Jan. 23, 2020 by

Fran Brandi Event Sales Manager Commercial Residential & Campus Services (BA (Hons) in Management Practice) Tell us a bit about yourself. I feel that I have had some incredible jobs and experiences in the past 12 years. Whilst studying for

My apprenticeship journey – Rebecca

Jan. 16, 2020 by

Rebecca Cresswell Administrative Assistant – Accommodation (Apprentice) Commercial Residential & Campus Services Before working at the University of Exeter, I was in secondary school completing my GCSE’s with three part-time jobs on the side. I worked in a pub doing

CIPD Apprenticeship Diary: The beginning, By Jonathan Cresswell

Jan. 14, 2020 by

Jonathan Cresswell, Learning, Development and Apprenticeships Manager, University of Exeter My “introduction” to the world of Human Resources (HR) started back in 2002 when I went on my Junior Command Course in the Royal Marines (RM).  Command courses in Her Majesty’s

Gina and Indy Shadow each other for the day

Jan. 3, 2020 by

Georgina Morris (Apprentice Technician, Exeter Sequencing Service) and Indy Carpenter (Administration assistant, Estate Services) Two of our apprentices, Gina and Indy, took part in a job shadowing day during National Apprenticeship Week at the University so they could meet an

Honor and Becky’s Job Shadowing Day

Dec. 12, 2019 by

Honor Lovell (Apprentice Academic Support Administrator, University of Exeter Business School) Becky Dyke (Business Administration Apprentice, Office of Vice-Chancellor & Senior Executive) Honor and Becky took part in an apprentice Job shadowing day, where they each took an opportunity to

My Chartered Manager Degree Apprenticeship Journey

Dec. 5, 2019 by

Sam Bailey Laboratory Manager Sport and Health Sciences Technical Services (Chartered Manager Degree Apprenticeship) Tell us a bit about yourself. I am a Laboratory Manager in Sports Science at the University of Exeter. I also studied Sports Science to Masters

Working in the Office of Vice-Chancellor and Senior Executive as an Apprentice

Nov. 25, 2019 by

Becky Critoph Business Administration Apprentice, Office of Vice-Chancellor & Senior Executive (Business Administrator Level 3) Tell us a bit about yourself. Before I started my apprenticeship, I was at university for a few years, before leaving for various reasons, but

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