Over the years Curian Medical have developed numerous apprentices and taken part in multiple work placements, some of whom have left to go on to full time employment or enhanced careers as a result. We are delighted to announce that Harry Goodwin has now finished his apprenticeship and is continuing his employment with Curian Medical, training to become a case handler.
We asked Harry some questions surrounding his time during his apprenticeship and what he hopes the future holds.
So Harry, what have you enjoyed during your time as an apprentice with Curian Medical?
The things I have enjoyed most about my time as an apprentice here at Curian Medical is that I have had the chance to work with and meet some amazing people as well as have the opportunity to acquire new skills as a business administrator.
What have you learnt during your placement?
Working with Curian has provided me with an opportunity to gain further knowledge in a variety of different areas and has exposed me to a busy working environment. I have developed good communication skills and regularly speak with patients, consultants, healthcare experts and customers over the telephone. I have worked within the Curative Team and this has helped my confidence grow significantly. I have also learnt how to organise my day and as a result I am now able to manage my own workload more efficiently.
Would you recommend an apprenticeship scheme?
Yes, I would definitely recommend an apprenticeship scheme. It is a great way for young people like myself to take the first step into the world of work.
What hopes and plans do you have for your role within Curian Medical and the future?
I look forward to working here at Curian Medical and improving as a person whilst having the ability to continually learn and develop. The fantastic opportunities here stand me in great stead to become a professional young man.
Congratulations Harry from all of us here at Curian Medical.
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