PM Training Blog

Apprenticeship case study : Emma Brown, Royal Bank of Scotland

Former PM Training apprentice, Emma Brown, started her journey as an Administration Assistant back in 2012 and after landing a job with the Royal Bank of Scotland she catapulted her career to Canada. Continued

Food for thought - The 5 best things to eat whilst revising

We have all been there. Endless nights of energy drinks and sweets to keep us going. It's amazing how our diet can change how we function when those dreaded deadlines are approaching. But what actually are the best things to eat whilst revising? Continued

Business administration apprenticeship case study: Ben Webb-Rushton

Making sure you have options after leaving school is vitally important and Ben Webb-Rushton certainly has his career in mind. After completing the Officeworks programme at PM Training, he is now enjoying a work trial with Aspire Housing within the Marketing Department. Continued

It's a Bright Future in health and social care

We love success stories here at PM Training, and it's even more exciting to hear about learners Leah Dunkley and Hannah Sproston on their successful 8 week work experience program with Brighter Futures.  Continued

Business Administration Apprenticeship Case Study: Taylor Downing

Taylor Downing, 16, is working towards a business administration apprenticeship after only 3 months since joining PM Training. Continued

Gardening apprenticeships - sewing the seeds of success!

The crisp smell of morning air and a large cup of coffee are all in a days work for our gardening Homeworks team at PM Training. Continued

What makes a good social enterprise?

In today’s competitive environment, finding a reason for others to buy into your business goes beyond being able to simply demonstrate return on investment. To understand what makes a social enterprise we’ve got to go further, into the wider community impact.  Continued

Work is no pane for glazing apprentice Jordan...

When 18-year-old Jordan Wright was looking to learn new skills and enter the workplace he decided to opt for a local glazing company. Continued