Louise Chapman of Hallam Land Management, based in the South Midlands region at Northampton, has received her certificates for successfully passing courses in Business Administration and Information Technology at a ceremony held at the Northampton Guildhall.
Louise had been studying with local apprenticeship provider Starting Off Academy on a part time basis. Louise is pleased with her achievements and says, “These two courses have helped me to develop my Administration and IT skills, enabling me to further my education by undertaking a part time course in Planning Studies at Sheffield Hallam University. “Along with other students Louise was presented with her certificates by Northampton North MP Sally Keeble. Mrs Keeble spoke about the need for more apprentices both in the public sector and private sector and praised employers for supporting apprentices in the workplace. Dale Willis, Managing Director of Starting Off, said “Celebrating the success of apprentices who train at Starting Off is immensely important to us. All our staff are hugely proud of their achievements.”
Hallam Land Management is a part of the Henry Boot Group of Companies.
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