Taking the title of Learner of the Month for April 2018 is Sabrina Sihra, who has been working for Virgin Trains East Coast as a Marketing Apprentice for just over six months! Prior to her apprenticeship Sabrina completed her A-Levels, achieving three A*s in English Literature, Media and Graphics. She said she chose an apprenticeship
Traffic jams, boredom and maybe a hint of road rage – welcome to the world of commuting! If you’ve always lived in an area where all your necessities are catered for within close range you probably wouldn’t understand what it truly means to commute on a daily basis. If you’re just about to step out
At Estio we encourage our apprentices to train in our training centres, as this allows apprentices to make the most of their training and feel fully supported on their journey with appropriate guidance. For this reason, apprenticeships such as the ones we offer are frequently compared to other forms of education such as Schools, Colleges and University.
Living in a world where technology is ever changing and advancing is great, you can research absolutely anything and discover so much more than before it was around. We live our lives online, we’re online at work, online when we want to socialise and we’re even online when we want to relax. However, like everything,
As Estio Training is supporting National Mental Health Awareness Week, I’ve listed some of my top tips for apprentices to reduce stress and look after their mental health. As an apprentice myself I can relate to how easy it can be to feel stressed at work. You’re a young person in the working environment for
With the increase of apprentices in the workplace, here are some top tips to get the most out of your working day. The average working day for an apprentice is around 8 hours. It’s important that your time keeping is impeccable and you structure your time well. As a junior member of staff you need