A recent graduate from Fuller’s Commis Chef Apprenticeship, Shey Soetan, was selected to feature in the national Government-run ‘Fire It Up’ UK apprenticeship campaign.
The ‘Fire It Up’ campaign aims to promote apprenticeships among young people, parents and employers in addition to showcasing the diverse range of apprenticeships available.
During his Level 2 apprenticeship, Shey worked four days per week in the kitchen at The Signal Box in Euston Station where he is now employed as commis chef and one day a week at The University of West London studying. He has now enrolled on the Level 3 Chef de partie apprenticeship with Fuller’s to continue his learning and development.
Fuller’s Apprenticeship Manager, Craig Parsons, said:
“It’s truly outstanding that Shey has been recognised on a national level for his commitment to our Chef Apprenticeships. We are extremely honoured to have Shey on our programme and he demonstrates exemplary behaviour and attitude towards work and learning.
Apprenticeships are a great way to develop industry skills, expand on your knowledge and receive support to help you progress further with your career. Plus, being able to learn and earn at the same time is a great bonus.
Fuller’s offer industry-leading apprenticeships for inspiring chefs to learn vital skills in the industry as well as experienced chefs wanting to develop further. Shey’s exceptional progress and dedication on his apprenticeship scheme means he was selected to feature in the ‘Fire it Up’ Apprenticeships campaign, which included a day of filming at The Sail Loft in Greenwich.
Click on the link to find out more about Fuller’s apprenticeships. You can also find out more about the Fire It Up campaign here and read what Craig Parsons, Fuller’s Apprenticeship Manager and Damian Hinds, Education Secretary had to say about the campaign on the Fuller’s blog.