What our partners say
All our degree apprenticeships are created by working in conjunction with employers and other organisations in each industry. And of course, our apprenticeships depend on businesses like yours that want to invest in new talent.
Read what our partners have to say about working with Sheffield Hallam.
In their own words
“Feedback from our line managers is overwhelmingly positive on the attitude and abilities of our apprentices. Team dynamic of those on the programme is very strong - mutual support with study and application in the workplace. It is also helping us to improve diversity with our highest-ever intake of females.”
Miles Pixley, Technical and Professional Development Manager, JCB
“The programme has proved to be highly successful and highly respected within the Kier Group, with the individuals making a real difference at work. The combination of real work experience and academic study is enabling them to have an input to the success of the business right from the early stages of their careers.”
Kay Rogan, Early Careers Manager, Kier Group
“Staff at the University have worked collaboratively with us from the outset, ensuring the programme meets our business requirements and the needs of the industry as a whole. What seemed like a challenging project at the start had turned out to be a straightforward and seamless journey.”
Suzie Flynn, Graduate and Future Talent Development Manager, Barratt Developments
“Designing the Chartered Management Degree Apprenticeships in collaboration with Sheffield Hallam has allowed us to develop a bespoke programme to address specific higher-level skills gaps. We have found that the combination of practical, commercial experience at Nestlé and academic excellence at Sheffield Hallam is giving young people the skills that they need to become successful. It's a great way for us to grow and develop our future business leaders.”
Charlotte Mummery, Head of Academy Talent Acquisition, Nestlé UK & Ireland
“Sheffield Hallam is exceptionally forward-looking, eager to engage with change in a dynamic and responsive way in order to meet the developing needs of trainees and partnership schools.”
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