Apprentice, Ricardo is part of BMet’s apprenticeship recruitment team. His main role is to manage incoming apprenticeship vacancies, making sure they are advertised on the National Apprenticeships website as well as uploaded to BMet’s website.
“I’d always like the idea of having a business-related career, even though I’d studied hospitality in sixth form.”
“Signing up to BMet’s apprenticeship talent bank gave me the chance to think about the exact type of job I wanted to do and how I might progress.”
“I took up temporary hospitality work while I was looking out for new vacancies the college advertised. I took my time, choosing what to apply for. I didn’t want to jump into the first role that came along in case it didn’t work out. I thought the role in BMet’s apprenticeship team would be ideal so when I was offered it, I felt great.”
“With experience in business administration and a qualification to back this up, there are many more opportunities for me to progress or move into a different business environment. It’s good to know I have choices and that I have increased my opportunity for career progression.”