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Erin Barry

Erin started a Way to Work apprenticeship back in 2007, and achieved her advanced level apprenticeship in 2010. She completed both qualifications whilst working for the Councils Revenues & Benefits service, but recently secured an internal promotion as a Housing Intelligence Officer in the Fraud and Audit team.

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Ben Bagwell

Ben began his Way to Work apprenticeship with a payroll company Pay Check in 2010. He has been an exemplary employee, and was also nominated for the apprentice of the Year award in 2011. Ben has completed an advanced apprenticeship and still works at Pay Check Ltd in a more senior role.

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Kirsten Pope

Kirsten Pope started a Way to Work apprenticeship when she was just 17. She completed two years, and achieved an advanced level NVQ along with the required Key Skill qualifications. She has worked extremely hard and maintained continuous service with the Revenues & Benefits team for the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames. Kirsten is now an experienced revenues officer.

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Abu Rayhan

Abu has completed intermediate and advanced level apprenticeships working for the London Borough of Richmond. Abu is now an Assessments Officer for the ACS Finance Team and is employed full-time by the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames Council.

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Clare Huntingford

Clare completed an intermediate and advanced level apprenticeship working for the Richmond Education Business Partnership. She has been there for 12 years and now manages both the Richmond and Kingston EBP.

Way to Work is a fantastic service, and has provided me and many others with such a strong platform to launch our careers.

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Emily Calcott

Emily achieved her Level 3 Childcare Qualification through Way to Work in August 2013. Since then she has worked in two different nurseries becoming a nursery room leader at one setting. Emily recently decided to again further her career and became a qualified nanny. She is now in sole charge of 2 insightful and lovely children based in East Sheen and hopes to continue updating her knowledge and experience.

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Kathryn Barton

Kathryn started a Way to Work apprenticeship in 2010, and has completed both the Intermediate and Advanced level qualifications. Kathryn initially secured employment with the Youth Service as an administration assistant before progressing to the Integrated Youth Services team at the London Borough of Richmond, now part of Achieving for Children. During this time Kathryn also qualified as an NVQ Assessor, and achieved a Level 3 Diploma in Education and Training. This allowed her to support the Way to Work team as an Assessor during a year long secondment opportunity. Following 5 years of exceptional service, Kathryn has now secured a new job as a Personal Assistant for a primary school.

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Kelly Sherlock-Flowers

Kelly successfully completed two apprenticeships through Way to Work. She was employed by the London Borough of Richmond as an Apprentice Administrator for the Youth Service and gained valuable experience supporting the Youth Offending Service, and Targeted Youth Support Team. Following the completion of her level 3 NVQ in Customer Service, Kelly fulfilled a life-long ambition by securing a job as a British Airways flight attendant. She now enjoys the jet set lifestyle!