Impact Futures’ Marketing Team expands
2 November 2021
2 November 2021
Through the apprenticeship levy, Impact Futures supports organisations in upskilling their workforces and employing new apprentices to undertake on-the-job learning, through the delivery of dedicated and employer-led training.
By investing in our own talent and providing in-house apprenticeships to expand our marketing services provision, we’re proud to be demonstrating our dedication to formal skills development and talent retention.
A ‘working and educative experience’
With just three members in September, Impact Futures’ Marketing team has now doubled to include six with the addition of Hannah McCormick, our PR & Content Marketing Executive, Kush Galoria, our Social Media Marketing Apprentice, and Katie Adams, our new PR & Marketing Apprentice.
New apprentice Kush described how his apprenticeship at Impact Futures has given him “the opportunity to gain not only working experience but also an educative experience with the guidance of a supportive team.”
Jordan Hopkinson, Head of Marketing at Impact Futures commented:
“Having developed my career using apprenticeships myself, it’s super rewarding to introduce new marketers to the business and build their careers and specialisms within the team”.
PR and Marketing Apprentice Katie added: “The experience is enabling me to not only gain a qualification but also to learn on the job; it has really helped grow my job confidence.”
Here to help with growth and employee upskilling
If you are ready to learn how your organisation can benefit from the apprenticeship levy, and are ready to invest in developing skills, experience and talent, contact our team.
We’re all about making an impact, be that individuals making an impact through their day-to-day work, or by organisations making their impact on our economy.
As a national training provider, we make this impact throughout the UK, with expertise in childcare, healthcare, clinical and business skills apprenticeships.
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