After successfully landing an administration apprenticeship at Flare Bright, Juliet has been given a fantastic platform in which to truly develop and grow as a professional in her early career.
Here she tells us her story in her own words.
“Having graduated earlier this year, I was particularly eager to start my professional career within business administration.
Luckily enough, I soon came across the company Flare Bright who were seeking an admin apprentice. Quite a unique and interesting business, Flare Bright created a new concept in nano–drones – Snapshot – the technology of which is designed to be the simplest way to take aerial images without the complexities of a drone.
The company seemed like a great fit for me with the role that was on offer, where I would be able to take on many different responsibilities and thoroughly advance my knowledge in business administration. Not long after applying for the role, I was fortunate enough to be able to join the team as the admin apprentice, where I would be combining this workplace role with a year-long apprenticeship. The apprenticeship is taught by tutors with real industry experience, so it’s designed to complement my role at the company by putting what I learn into practice.
Since joining the team, I have learnt so much about Flare Bright and have taken on a wide range of duties that have been fantastic in my professional development.
For example, I have helped to manage Flare Bright’s finances as well as supporting them with general office admin and management activities, as well as also recently taking on recruitment by helping to post jobs and keep track of applicants.
All in all, I have thoroughly enjoyed the breadth of responsibilities that I have been tasked with so far, which has also allowed me to work closely with different members of the team.
Alongside this as an apprentice, I have started to complete college assignments to complement my work at Flare Bright. I recently attended my first college workshop which gave me a real insight into the structure of the apprenticeship and how I can use what I learn at college to further aid my work at the company.
I’m thoroughly excited to continue attending the college workshops in the new year, whilst developing my skills as a business administrator at Flare Bright.”