PM+M welcomes new intake of apprentices

PM+M has reaffirmed its commitment to supporting the region’s young talent after welcoming six new apprentices to the firm.

This year’s intake is double that of 2016. All of last year’s apprentices are still at the firm and are one year into their three year training programmes. The apprentices are also joined by one 12-month work placement.

The new apprentices are: Mollie Brennand, Helena Tranter, Tom Stones, Macaulay Tudor, Sophie Monks and Megan Willoughby; the one-year placement student is Megan Winthrop.

Alongside their core day-to-day work across the firm’s departments, the apprentices will also be studying for Association of Accounting Technicians and Association of Taxation Technicians qualifications as well as attending various business administration courses.

Jane Parry, managing partner of PM+M, commented: “As a company we are passionate about supporting young people in our community so welcoming these bright, talented and ambitious individuals is fantastic for the whole firm. I’m now looking forward to watching them grow and develop over the coming months.”

Commenting on her apprenticeship, Mollie Brennard said: “Securing an apprenticeship at PM+M is a great opportunity and I, like my new colleagues, can’t wait to kick start my career.”

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