The sky’s the limit! Hearing from two of our apprentices

We love catching up with our apprentices, hearing how they’re getting on, and making sure they know about all the support we can offer them…

We caught up with Adela Sandu who spoke to us about her experience on the apprenticeship programme.

‘I am working hard to finish my Level 2. This apprenticeship with Training Now has been really good for me, because it has taught me so many things about dementia. Not only that, it has really helped me with my professional career and also in my private life. I want to thank Jo-Anne Mackay, my Teaching & Learning Coach, for all the support.’ 

We asked Adela what her goals for the future were… 

‘First I want to finish the Level 2 I am on currently so that I can start the Level 3, and who knows, Level 4? When I think of my career I always say, “Sky is the limit.”

For those who have already started the apprenticeship, I can tell them to keep going it is really helpful in your job. 

For those who haven’t decided yet, start your apprenticeship today, don’t wait too long – it is really important to know and be prepared in any of the situations that may occur at work.’ 

Thank you, Adela, and good luck, with the rest of your apprenticeship!

Helping improve your communication skills

We also caught up with John Rampton-Walker, who is currently undertaking his level 2 Adult Care Worker apprenticeship with Training Now and works at Falcon Court extra care scheme in Bristol.

John said that he is enjoying his apprenticeship and that one of the things it has helped him to improve is his communication skills.

John’s long-term goal is to become a nurse and then a midwife. We reminded John that he can book a careers advice session with Luke Hall at any time to discuss his future goals further.

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