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Haymarket welcomes 10 new apprentices

Haymarket has welcomed 10 new apprentices to the business as part of the Haymarket Skills Academy.

The one and two-year schemes will see the new apprentices spend an average of one day per week in off-the-job training, while also benefitting from the support of the company’s Learning and Development team.

As part of Haymarket's commitment to the Richmond Education and Enterprise Partnership with Richmond College, 20 apprenticeship opportunities will be offered within the next three years.

Danielle Tracey, Skills Academy Business Partner, said: “The Haymarket Skills Academy was launched to create a sustainable pipeline of new talent for the business; our apprenticeship scheme supports this by developing and retaining the relevant skills for our business needs.”

“Next week we will find out whether we have been successful in winning ‘Newcomer of the Year’ in the National Apprenticeship Awards. This is a great time for the Skills Academy and I am confident that these 10 apprentices will thrive in their new roles - good luck to them all!”

The new apprentices are:

* Arinze Odogwu, Digital Development Apprentice, Motoring

* Ed Sanderson, Publishing Assistant Apprentice, Marcomms

* Charlotte Lumley, Sales Support Apprentice, HBM Recruitment

* Lucy De Rosa, Finance Apprentice, Finance

* Cat Butler, Web Development Apprentice, Network

* Tyler Yates, Design Apprentice, Network

* Ben Clark, Digital Marketing Apprentice, FourFourTwo

* Scott Savill, Sales Support Apprentice, Motoring Sales

* Hannah Mulea, Sales Support Apprentice, The Clothes Show

* Naeem Dawood, IT Service Desk Apprentice, IT