04th July 2013

Apprentice success at Cartwright King

Paul Morris, who was recruited by Nottingham specialist law firm Cartwright King last year, has successfully completed a 12 month apprenticeship in Information Technology and has now been offered full time employment with the firm.

Having decided that he wanted to pursue a career in IT whilst at school, Paul believed that an apprenticeship was the ideal way of obtaining experience whilst also gaining relevant qualifications.

He joined Cartwright King to gain a wide range of experience. Paul said,

“I have really enjoyed my apprenticeship and have gained a wide ranging knowledge in IT systems including servers, networks and email. Working with other people has also helped me develop and an apprenticeship is a great way to get young people prepared for life in the working world. I am very excited about developing my career with Cartwright King.”

Cartwright King has invested heavily in IT as its systems are critical in enabling the firm to provide an efficient and cost effective service to clients. This is not just about investing in hardware and software but also in people.

“Paul has gained a wealth of experience with us and is also a real asset to our business.”
said Rupert Hawke, managing director of Cartwright King.

“He has contributed well and performed to a high standard so once he completed his apprenticeship we had no hesitation in offering him a full-time employment contract with us. He will be given every opportunity to continue his studies and progress within the firm.

Paul is an excellent example of the merits of the apprenticeship scheme which enable young people to develop in a working environment whilst also gaining qualifications to progress their career.”

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