Business Management Apprentice, Fujitsu UK & Ireland
Some of the tasks I did as part of this role included supporting with the development and creation of Account communications, helping with audits and organising and running the New Joiner Induction.
Fujitsu UK & Ireland
I work in the Project Management Office doing tasks such as creating reports and slide packs, raising purchase orders and organising meetings as requested.
I started my career as an Advanced apprentice at Fujitsu, where I completed a level 3 apprenticeship in Business Administration. Once I had completed my level 3 apprenticeship, I went on to complete a level 4 apprenticeship in Business and Professional Administration. Before starting at Fujitsu, I attended sixth form and completed my A-levels. I wanted to do an apprenticeship because I wanted to learn and get qualifications while getting work experience.
After 2 years I moved into Business Support in the Project Management Office. I enjoy getting involved in extra activities such as responsible business activities and have particularly enjoyed raising money at Macmillan events, organising Children in Need fundraising for the Bracknell building, attending the Children in Need Call Centre in Manchester, and helping organise a webinar for International Women's Day.
Level 4 in Business and Professional Administration
Edgbarrow Sixth Form
Level 3 in Business Administration
3 A-Level's (Sociology, Geography, Art)
1 AS Level (French)
Art, Biology, Chemistry, English Language, English Literature, French, Geography, German, ICT, Mathematics, Physics, Sociology
I really enjoyed Art and Languages at GCSE level, so I decided to do Art and French at A-Level. However, at A-Level I realised that I preferred Geography and Sociology. I haven't found that any of the subjects that I studied at school have helped me that much in the workplace, except for ICT which I never thought I was any good at. Most of the computer skills that I use day-to-day I have learnt in the workplace, however I always use Google if I'm not sure about something.