Routes Healthcare supports local apprenticeship scheme
Routes Healthcare recently appeared in the Blackpool Gazette in support of the National Apprenticeship Scheme. We have a proven track record in training, developing and recruiting employees subsidised by the apprenticeship grant.
Sam Banfield, 21, started as an apprentice last year working for Routes Healthcare on Preston New Road, Marton.
She said: “I had always said I would never work in an office, but it is the best thing I have ever done.
“I originally came here on work experience but I started the apprenticeship and it is really great.
“The beauty is you learn as you work unlike going to college, and of course you get paid.
“One of my colleagues, Chris Thornley, started here as an apprentice and he won apprentice of the year.
“I would like to follow along that path.”
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