GSSArchitecture Celebrates National Apprenticeship Week

GSSArchitecture are delighted to be celebrating the 15th annual National Apprenticeship Week.

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As recognised Investors in People Gold Standard, GSS are continuing to offer educational and training opportunities to all staff and we are committed to investing in the future of young people and believe in shining a light on the positive impact that apprenticeships make to individuals, businesses, and the wider economy.

The celebration is from 7th-13th February and the theme this year is ‘build the future’; reflecting on how apprenticeships can help individuals to develop the skills and knowledge required for a rewarding career and for businesses to develop a talented workforce that is equipped with future-ready skills.

GSS has a long history of providing opportunities, training, and support in the profession. We have numerous members of staff that are currently undertaking student year-out placements, studying part-time to become fully qualified or on apprenticeship schemes or work experience, working within Architecture, Architectural Technology, Quantity Surveying, Project Management, Graphics Design, ICT and Business Administration.

From current to qualified apprentices, we are proud to help build the future of people across the industry. This week, we spoke to a selection of apprentices at GSS to see what they had to say about their experiences so far.

Rebecca Kingston, recently qualified Business Administration Apprentice

Rebecca Kingston, recently qualified Business Administration Apprentice

“My apprenticeship with GSS has helped me develop my professional skills further. I am much more confident, and I have a greater understanding of GSS which has been possible because I am working and learning at the same time. I chose an apprenticeship to develop my administration knowledge and achieve all my qualifications to reach a better position in my career. The best thing about being an apprentice is the great amount of support given to you and learning new skills for future use.”

Craig Darby, current Architecture Masters Apprentice

“The role of being an apprentice in a practice like GSS has been a very interesting and valuable opportunity. The rapid growth and real-world learning are important to help push everyone involved forward. I use what I learn at university to be creative and test boundaries in my job and having the course supplement has been very refreshing. I chose the apprenticeship because it offered me a chance to learn and apply my skills in real-time. It has also benefitted me in an all-round sense as my time management and ability to collaborate with peers has improved drastically. Honestly, the challenge of the role is the biggest highlight of being an apprentice. I think it’s a real opportunity to step out of your comfort zone and develop within your vocation.”

Craig Darby, current Architecture Masters Apprentice
Shannon Walker, current Architect Degree Apprentice

Shannon Walker, current Architect Degree Apprentice

“The Architect Degree Apprenticeship offers an alternative route to qualification by combining academic training with professional experience. I am a practical individual who enjoys the diversity that a professional practice offers. I understood the importance of gaining valuable professional experience in practice, therefore this was a key factor in choosing the Degree Apprenticeship over the traditional route. The support and guidance that I’ve had, and continue to gain, from Simon and the wider team during my apprenticeship has helped me to develop a well-rounded level of professional experience which is essential at this final stage of the qualification. There are multiple benefits to being an apprentice, however the two main advantages that come to mind are the support and guidance offered by colleagues whilst studying as well as the benefit of earning a salary for the duration of the training.”