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Case Studies #BeTheFuture

Explore our range of case studies from apprentices to discover what apprentices actually do! Find out how the Directors of the City of Wolverhampton Council really value apprentices and are excited for new apprentices to join and #BeTheFuture of organisations across the city.


Being an apprentice

James' Story – James works in the projects and programmes team in the City of Wolverhampton Council. He enjoys the opportunities involved in being an apprentice, from working on high-profile projects and developing fantastic new skills such as project management.

Being an apprentice

Two of our current apprentices Libby and Nyhiem, introduce you to becoming an apprentice at the Council.


Being an apprentice

Amanpreet works as a Digital Content Creator at the Council, developing websites and other digital content for schools. He enjoys the variety involved in his job which means no two days are the same, as well as the opportunity to use his creative skills.


Being an apprentice

Ranjit’s story – Ranjit works in the people directorate in the City of Wolverhampton Council. He is currently completing his second apprenticeship in the council, and has progressed onto level 3 in business administration. Ranjit thoroughly enjoys his apprenticeship and likes how he can earn and develop fantastic new skills at the same time. As a result, Ranjit feels that he has grown in confidence and is excited about the future opportunities at the council.


What do the Directors think?

Mark Taylor – Mark Taylor, Strategic Director of People, started off his career as an apprentice. Find out about his amazing story and discover how far you can go as an apprentice!


What do Directors think?

Tim Johnson – The Managing Director of the City of Wolverhampton Council, talks about why apprentices are so important to the City of Wolverhampton Council. He highlights the dynamic range of apprenticeships on offer, that you never knew existed!


What do Directors think?

Meredith Teasdale – Director of Education, discusses why apprentices are so important and valuable to the City of Wolverhampton Council and the city as a whole. Meredith talks about the wide ranging opportunities for apprentices in the city, and reinforces how apprenticeships are the first step towards embarking on a successful and exciting career.


Stories from past apprentices

Savreena and Jodie both work in the projects and programme team in the City of Wolverhampton Council. They started off their career as apprentices and now are employed as a project officer and project assistant. Watch their video to find out about their amazing journey and their experience from an apprentice to full time employee.


Stories from past apprentices

Jess started off her career at the City of Wolverhampton Council as an apprentice and is now a full time Customer Service Officer. Jess discusses the fantastic skills that she has developed over a range of departments across the council and has thoroughly enjoyed the opportunity to continue to develop and progress in the organisation.

Need support?

  • Contact the Wolves at Work on wolvesatwork@wolverhampton.gov.uk
  • For more information contact the National Apprenticeships Helpdesk on 0800 015 0400 or by email: Find a Apprenticeship
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