Virtual1 has announced it has joined the government’s apprentice scheme, designed to help young people build their knowledge and experience in the workplace whilst simultaneously studying for formal qualifications. The company has already appointed its first apprentice, Myles Wilson, who has joined on the business path.
Virtual1’s Managing Director Tom O’Hagan commented “This apprentice scheme offers young people a great way to learn about all aspects of business, to gain wide experience and to build those skills for which employers are looking.”
Wilson, who is also studying for his NVQ Level 3 in Business Administration, said “This apprenticeship gives me the opportunity to learn vital skills that I can use as my career develops. I have learnt so much already and am looking forward to finding out what the rest of my apprenticeship holds.”
O’Hagan continued, “We’re proud to be part of this scheme, and delighted with the impact that Myles has made already throughout the business – and we would certainly encourage other businesses looking at this scheme to get involved.”
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