Nineteen graduates from Everton in the Community’s successful Apprenticeship programme were recently recognised at a celebration event at Goodison Park to acknowledge and reward their hard work throughout 2017.
EitC Executive Chair, Denise Barrett-Baxendale, and Everton Ambassador Graeme Sharp were both in attendance to present each of the graduates with their official Apprenticeship certificates and guests heard first-hand about their educational accomplishments and career progressions during the past 12 months.
A wide range of certificates were presented to those members of the Everton family who have successfully graduated from the programme, including Level 2 and Level 3 Business Administration, Level 2 Activity Leadership, Level 2 Team Leading and Level 3 Management. A total of 13 young Apprentices newly recruited into the business are now employed full-time in a variety of roles across the Club, Everton in the Community and Everton Free School.
Everton in the Community is the first Premier League Club/Charitable Trust to achieve ‘Government Approved Apprenticeship Training Provider’ status and has engaged 108 Apprentice learners on the programme in the past year, including 40 across the wider Everton family.
The charity’s Apprenticeship programme is also the preferred provider for three large organisations across Merseyside: Aintree NHS Trust, Liverpool Heart & Chest Hospital and HMP Altcourse/G4S.
Delivered in partnership with Riverside College, the Everton Apprenticeship programme offers fantastic learning & development opportunities for learners of all ages, supplemented by unrivalled educational support and enrichment opportunities.
For more information on Everton Apprenticeships please contact John Houghton at email@example.com