Ethan cooks up a storm with career move

Eighteen-year-old Ethan Edwards from Colchester completed his A-levels and initially tried his hand as a chef but quickly realised the lack of opportunities for progression in that field. He found the apprenticeship route appealing for its practical learning and career advancement possibilities, and joined Silverton Builders Merchant in Colchester as an apprentice, seeking training and work experience without the potential financial burden of university education. His day-to-day activities involve loading and unloading vehicles, picking and packing orders, serving customers, and processing invoices. Edwards acknowledged the crucial role played by his mentor, Jonathon Hill, in supporting him and building his confidence throughout his apprenticeship.

 The apprenticeship’s balance between work and study is a key highlight and benefit. I feel that I am building a strong foundation for my future career, and that I have a lot of options and opportunities ahead of

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