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“I would recommend an apprenticeship to anyone!”

Seddon Construction’s Tom Smalley flies the flag for Apprenticeships

Tom Smalley, Site Manager at Seddon Construction, and Leadership and Management Apprentice with Apprenticeships at Salford City College, is proving anyone can thrive as an apprentice. 27-year-old Tom, who works full-time for Seddon, and who is currently a site manager on a £8.4 million project for Cumbria County Council, is also working towards his management qualification with the help of Apprenticeships at Salford City College. Tom believes it is this additional training provided by his apprenticeship which has helped him step up to this role.

Are you on the search for new talent for your business?

Apprenticeships at Salford City College are here to help.

As far as recruitment trends are concerned, summer is statistically slow. Many potential candidates are looking forward to their summer holidays as opposed to looking for work, and though many businesses are very busy over the summer months, statistics show recruitment rates are much lower at this time of year. With that said, not everyone is off the job hunt over the summer months, with younger candidates completing their qualifications and finishing college just in time to embark upon a new career over the summer months.

Apprentices from Salford City College blaze their own trail

Trailblazing was the theme for the 12th Annual National Apprenticeship Week (NAW), which ran from 4 March to 8 March and saw the nation stop to celebrate and raise awareness of apprenticeships for both young people and adults alike.

Apprenticeships at Salford City College trailblazed their way through the week by bringing the heat at their Annual Apprenticeship Awards. They also made a very special pledge to support the next generation of talent across the City with a brand-new,