Alacrify Ltd

Apprenticeship Success for Alex

Published on: 5th October 2016
By Jon Sloper



Apprenticeship Success for Alex

Our latest apprentice has successfully completed his course, following two years of training in digital marketing and website design.

Alex has spent his time at Alacrify learning the ropes across all aspects of the business; from customer service, through marketing and search engine optimisation, website design and IT support. He is the third successful apprentice trained at Alacrify, and we're proud of his acheivements and our commitment to skilling the sector.

We wish him heaps of congratulations and the very best of luck for the future.

 

 

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