People in Deloitte in Wales
By Imogen Llewellyn
Imogen Llewellyn, who completed her four-year apprenticeship last year, shares her experiences of working and learning at the same time to gain a professional qualification.
By Jade Harris
Jade Harris, who joined Deloitte on a one-year apprenticeship four years ago, talks about her experiences and how her career has progressed since she first started as an apprentice.
We asked some of our apprentices to tell us what sort of things they get involved with beyond their day-to-day role as part of their life at Deloitte. Here’s what they had to say.
By Phil Lane
Phil Lane, a partner in financial advisory, looks at the opportunities and challenges of apprenticeships and how they’re a great way to gain experience, study for a professional qualification and build a successful career at the same time.
We asked some of our apprentices – past and present – on the advice they would give to people considering their career options, especially if they’re perhaps considering an apprenticeship as an alternative to university. Here’s what they had to say.
By Andrew Hughes
To mark Apprenticeship Week Wales, Andrew Hughes, who joined the firm in September, reflects on starting his apprenticeship during the pandemic and ways in which he’s been able to connect with colleagues and embrace life at Deloitte.
By Andy Wright
To mark Apprenticeship Week Wales, audit partner Andy Wright looks back over the last few years and the value employing apprentices has brought to him and his team in the South West & Wales region.
By Jess Popkin
To mark Apprenticeship Week Wales, Jess Popkin, a senior associate in Deloitte’s South West & Wales private audit practice, reflects on why she chose an apprenticeship to start her career in accountancy.
By Gareth Pritchard, partner