Kent Apprentice, Georgia Cresswell, to film with BBC Bitesize about her apprenticeship

As a Panel Member for the Institute of Apprenticeships, Georgia has been given the opportunity to talk about her career for a mini documentary.

Georgia recently spoke to us about this opportunity, which came up through her work with the Institute of Apprenticeships. After a telephone interview and video submission, Georgia was invited to take part in the documentary.

How does it feel to be representing apprentices across the country?

I’m really proud to have been asked to represent apprentices, especially apprentices in STEM. It will be great to show everyone the exciting opportunities that are available in science.

How do you feel you have benefitted from your apprenticeship?

My apprenticeship has benefitted me in so many ways, I’ve grown personally and professionally. I’ve been given so many opportunities to join different panels and represent apprentices at high levels. I’m beyond excited for this opportunity, as well as the other opportunities I’ve taken!

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Georgia’s apprenticeship has offered her a multitude of opportunities to progress professionally and personally.

Georgia is a Panel Member for the Institute of Apprenticeships, a STEM Ambassador, and a Student Rep for us, CHDA at the University of Kent. Through her work with the Institute for Apprenticeships, Georgia is able to represent all of the apprentices in the science industry. She recently won East of England Apprentice of the Year, and credits her apprenticeship for giving her direction in her career.

She is a shining example of the heights a Kent apprentice can reach. The team at CHDA are very excited to see her represent apprentices on the BBC Bitesize mini documentary.