Apprentices win MP’s praise

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TWO more apprentices are being profiled as part of Gosport MP Caroline Dinenage’s #GetInGoFar campaign.

Hannah Bentley, 40, started a Level 5 apprenticeship last October. She is now the manager of Redclyffe House Learning Disabilities Home in Gosport and was proud to oversee a good CQC inspection.

Matthew Close, 19, is a warehouse operative in Gosport, completing a warehousing NVQ. Through his apprenticeship, he learned to use a fork lift, palletising and other warehousing jobs, and hopes to become a supervisor.

Ms Dinenage said: ‘Hannah and Matthew are doing two very different apprenticeships, but both are gaining the specialised skills they need to add value to the organisation for which they work.’

To read the biographies go to caroline4gosport.co.uk/get-in-go-far/