Accountancy Apprentice on the Money as They Win National Award

October 19, 2016

A Training 2000 apprentice who recently completed her course has been announced as a winner at the North West National Apprenticeship Awards 2016 regional ceremony.

Ellenor Stavert, who works as an apprentice Chorley & District General Hospital was winner in the region for the Higher or Degree Apprentice of the Year – following the completion of her Level 4 AAT.

Working within the finance team, Ellenor has excelled within her role, gaining 3 promotions in two years and growing her skills and knowledge – which she has been able to take straight into the workplace.

The Awards, now in their thirteenth year, are run by the National Apprenticeship Service and recognise excellence in two areas: businesses that grow their own talent with apprentices and apprentices who have made a significant contribution to their workplaces.

Talking about her experience of being her apprenticeship and career development, Ellenor said:

“I chose the apprenticeship route once I finished my A-levels as I wanted to start working and gaining valuable experience within my field whilst at the same time achieving a professional qualification; and I have never looked back.

“My apprenticeship gave me the perfect grounding, giving me all the skills I required to progress quickly through my organisation. I have always grabbed every opportunity available to me and I have been honoured to take on some really challenging work which has boosted my confidence as well as building up really strong relationships with my colleagues.

“I am now studying towards becoming a chartered accountant, and hope to be fully qualified within the next two years.”

For more information on the finance apprenticeships available at Training 2000, visit http://www.training2000.co.uk/our-courses/accounting-apprenticeship/.

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