My name is Dominic Carvell and I am an Administration Support Apprentice with Greater Manchester Police. I wanted to do an apprenticeship because I spent a year at college and found that the idea of working towards a qualification whilst in full time work appealed to me a lot more.
Reflections on my first six months as an apprentice with Greater Manchester Police
March has been an enjoyable month as the transition from ‘new apprentice’ to ‘trusted member of the team’ is becoming smoother and more evident. Alongside my usual duties of preparing magistrates' court cases, I have been entrusted with the task of tutoring our new apprentice.
Reflections on March 2017 as an apprentice with the Crown Prosecution Service Guildford
I have been at the CPS for about four months now and I am continuing to learn more about the role and the CPS in general.
Reflections on March 2017 as an apprentice with the Crown Prosecution Service Wakefield
Having almost reached the halfway mark of my one year apprenticeship, I continue to engage in a number of varied tasks. As well as the usual admin tasks, I have also been carrying out tasks such as researching for partners and preparing bill packs for clients. Whilst I am thoroughly enjoying working within legal admin, my experience at Withers has enhanced my interest in law and amplified my wish to begin my journey in a legal role.
Reflections on March 2017 as an apprentice with Withers LLP
I have been an apprentice with GMP for six months now. This month, I have been given the opportunity to attend a suicide prevention course at Sedgley Park. This was a very rare opportunity so I’m lucky to have been offered the chance to attend.
Reflections on March 2017 as an apprentice with Greater Manchester Police
I had a great month in February; the post-Christmas period has been busy for me and my team, as work has continued to flood in from our clients. This, coupled with planning for the Costs Team’s forthcoming seminars, has ensured that I have had plenty to keep me occupied.
Reflections on February 2017 as an apprentice with Clarion Solicitors
February has continued to be a month of learning and development as I continue to discover more about the CPS.
My second month as an apprentice with the Crown Prosecution Service Guildford
In the last month or so I have continued learning and developing my skills. I have taken on more purchasing duties and feel confident with my progress so far. There is still much more for me to learn but I am looking forward to it.
My second month as an apprentice with the Crown Prosecution Service Wakefield
During the last few weeks, I have been engaging in the usual admin tasks such as scanning documents into client workspaces, archiving files and assisting with letters to clients. On top of this, I have recently been introduced to the process of client billing, which I find particularly interesting.
Reflections on February 2017 as an apprentice with Withers LLP
I have made so much progress within my role as a business administrator. Over the last six months, I have gained some experience in working with the whole unit when dealing with a multi-agency operation.