Learning Disabilities Week 2020
- 16th June 2020
- Posted by: Louise Tripos
- Category: Uncategorized
The Buckinghamshire Adult Learning Supported Internship programme has a rich talent pool of interns who are leaving the programme at the end of June. The interns have over 600 hours of meaningful work experience in administration, catering, conferencing and are currently seeking local job opportunities.
Caitlin has recently completed her internship this June and has been successful in securing a full-time job at Stoke Mandeville Hospital in the Pathology Department. She will be starting a business administration apprenticeship in September.
Her manager said, “Caitlin is doing really well and we are very happy to have her. In her first week, she has learnt a lot and we have had her working on Pathology reception with another member of the team, which I know she has really enjoyed to as it is quite fast-paced down there, she gets on with the tasks in hand and puts 100% into her work. Caitlin is a really lovely, hard-working person and we can see her really progressing here.”
If you need an extra pair of hands to help in the business administration, catering, practical jobs, then contact us. Recruitment is ongoing for interns to start the programme this September and we are also seeking local employers to become involved with the internship. Buckinghamshire Adult Learning can provide an intern for nine months with the support of a job coach as a trial, for three days a week, at zero cost to the company.
To find out more and get in touch, contact Christie Lavery, Supported Internship Manager on 01494 762538, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit www.adultlearningbc.ac.uk/supported-internships