Charlotte – Library & Archive Apprentice at Wolverhampton Council
This National Apprenticeship week, City of Wolverhampton Council are shining a light on one of their apprentices, Charlotte Woodcock.
The City of Wolverhampton Council champions the employment and training of apprentices, many of whom may not have experience but have the commitment and enthusiasm to take on new challenges. An apprentice adds a new dimension to the workplace and brings a fresh perspective and new ideas.
Hear from one of their apprentices, Charlotte Woodcock (as pictured), who is completing the Level 3 Library Information & Archive Services Assistant apprenticeship standard.
In the below video, Charlotte talks about the opportunities the council can offer to individuals via the apprenticeship route, the benefits of an apprenticeship for individuals and how this can support individuals to develop.
Robert Johnson, Chief Librarian at Central Library, said, "It has been great to see how Charlotte has developed in this role over the last few months. She has demonstrated that the apprentice scheme not only helps employers to get exactly the knowledge, skills, and behaviours they need from their staff, but has also helped to motivate existing staff to take the next steps in improving their skill set through more formal learning."
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