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ILM supports career progression

After finishing her degree in Business, specialised in HR, Hannah landed her first job as a HR Assistant. Her goal is to continue to progress within this sector.


We caught up with her about how her ILM Level 4 Apprenticeship has helped her build confidence in her role.


Learning how to manage people

The apprenticeship was offered to me when I first started as a part of my development plan. The qualification is teaching me to manage my workload, and manage people, which is a big part of my role. I am new in the field, so this has been really helpful.


The course is flexible

The course is very flexible. Sometimes it can be hard to balance the learning around my role when I have a lot going on, but my trainer coach is always supportive with this. I can just email her to let her know that I’m not able to get the work done in time and we can adjust the deadlines.


Building confidence in my role

I like that studying this qualification has got me involved in projects that I wouldn’t have been involved initially. It has helped me to build confidence in my role too. The next stage in my career will be an officer/advisor level in HR which this apprenticeship is helping me work towards.


Our ILM apprenticeships teach the skills needed to support a team. Evidence has shown that learners who complete the qualification will progress in their career as a direct result.  


Does an ILM qualification sound right for you? Find out more.

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