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For many, the term ‘Apprentice’ conjures up a particular image – a school leaver, probably on a vocational based training scheme. And although there are many school leaving Apprentices of this nature, there are also many maturer, professional learners working in any number of professional sectors.
We often get asked the same questions, from the benefits to an employer of hiring an Apprentice to how career prospects for Apprentices compare to university graduates.
Members of Sparsholt and Andover Colleges’ Senior Leadership Team went ‘back to the floor’ as part of National Apprenticeship Week 2014.
Principal Tim Jackson got his hands well and truly dirty with tractor grease at Druid’s Farm Lodge. Working alongside agriculture Apprentice Harriet Warne, Tim donned his wellies and got stuck in at the farm.
Farmer Mike Doggrell was delighted that Tim joined his team to see for himself the high standard of training being delivered in partnership with the College: “Harriet is an excellent Apprentice and makes a valuable contribution.”
Talking about his experience, Tim said: “It’s great to see more females choosing to pursue a career in agriculture and I have been surprised just how much Harriet does and what she is exposed to. This exercise has shown me first hand just how much things have changed in the farming industry.”