English

A good grasp of the English language, literacy and communication can go a long way in any career.

The better you are at communication in English, the better your interpersonal skills will become, and the more likely you are to secure not only your desired apprenticeship but your future vocation.

Every English business, whether in the publishing industry, marketing sector or finance world needs staff to market, sell, and present products and services in a professional and attractive manner. This is where English skills come in.

If you find your nose pressed into an English book at every spare moment, or you enjoy writing your own blog, you may find that you already have a number of the skills that employers are looking for. More and more businesses are taking their products and services online, and need articulate, well-written copy to promote their products and services to a global audience.

Have a look for yourself and find the right apprenticeship for you!

 

English apprenticeships

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