Why did you want to become an apprentice?
I wanted to show people what I can do and achieve, which would result in me building up my reputation in the insolvency industry.
What interests you most about your industry/subject area?
Insolvency has all different elements to consider. I personally like the anticipation which comes with a new case. You are not aware of what this will bring, and it makes it fun.
What do you enjoy most about your apprenticeship?
I enjoy the social aspects of my apprenticeship for example holding meetings and helping the agents on cases. These help me to build my confidence with clients, creditors and directors, along with professionals in my industry.
How has the apprenticeship programme, including any college or work-based training, supported your career development?
All the units have been relevant to my job role which helps me to ensure that I have the knowledge to bring to my workplace.
What do you hope to do once you complete your apprenticeship?
I am hoping to progress even more in the Insolvency industry, with higher qualifications and an expanded skill set.
Josie's commitment to vocational learning and desire to enhance her knowledge is outstanding. She combines this with the continuous development and training of her role in our business and this has resulted in her becoming key in delivery of our services to clients. Josie is now in her second year of the apprenticeship scheme and she seeks to translate her learning both during her qualifications and what she learns within her job to translate in both aspect. The resulting ability and promise that comes from her fully embracing the apprenticeship scheme training and her jobs is a shining example of a success story for the apprenticeship scheme, the College and our firm. We are so proud of her achievements