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Apprentice News – Phoenix Software

Based in Yorkshire, Phoenix Software is a Microsoft Azure Expert Managed Service Provider (AEMSP) transforming services across the public sector, serving government, healthcare, police, education, charities and housing associations, and specialising in licensing, cloud transformation, infrastructure solutions and software asset management.

Digitool Box talks apprenticeships

    Digi Toolbox are an award-winning IT, web design and telephony provider, with over a decade of experience of the market – working with small to medium sized business.  Partnering with companies such as Microsoft, Linux and BT. Intequal have worked with...

IT Support Analyst apprentice Enrique

Tell us a bit about yourself and your role at Create IT Enrique has worked at Create IT for 2 years working as Support Analyst on the Infrastructure Technician apprenticeship programme. “It’s been a really good learning experience from the start, especially from the...

Stephen goes from non-tech role to tech whiz

Apprenticeship Course: Infrastructure TechnicianWe caught up with Apprentice Alumni, Stephen Beckwith who successfully completed his Infrastructure Technician apprenticeship programme in 2020.Tech detective Moving from a non tech role to being heavily immersed in...

Gillian Keegan visits Intequal

Our Managing Director, Dominic Gill was speaking during a virtual visit to the business from the Minister for Apprenticeships and Skills, Gillian Keegan, who was seeing how Intequal are optimising their apprenticeship and training programmes to help the UK’s economic...

supporting local recovery in a post-pandemic world

In times of economic difficulty, it’s often young people who are hit the hardest, and the Covid-19 pandemic has only heightened this generational divide. With many businesses needing to upskill their teams as they continue to work remotely, the benefits of digital...

Dominic Gill of Intequal urges business’s to act

Following Boris Johnsons announcement, Our Managing Director Dominic Gill, said that he was encouraged to hear the Prime Minister redressing the balance between vocational and academic routes. And he urged employers to consider how they can factor apprentice-level...