So we’re already halfway through 2017 and I’m now 4 months into my new position at Peter Bush Communications. Time has flown by! The first week of June was an exciting yet busy one. I helped to organise and attended my first press event- and I’m happy to say it was a great success. After a year and a half at PBC, it was a fantastic opportunity to put some names to faces from both National and International publications.
In April this year I began my next step into extending my education in Marketing since completing my Apprenticeship. I started studying at the Cambridge Marketing College, working towards the CIM Level 3 Foundation Certificate in Marketing. I attended weekly evening classes which highlighted the basic key principles of Marketing.
As my apprenticeship has reached its end, I have been able to reflect on the past year and a half that I have been at Peter Bush Communications, and my time as an apprentice as a whole. After completing A-levels in 2015, I was one of the very few students that decided to follow the apprenticeship path, rather than head to University. Why wouldn’t I jump at the opportunity to get a head start in working life, whilst learning and…
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