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Montash Reviews - Apprentices

WE ASKED A NUMBER OF OUR APPRENTICES TO DO A QUICK REVIEW OF MONTASH IN A 15 MINUTE INTERVIEW. HERE IS WHAT SOME OF OUR APPRENTICES HAD TO SAY ABOUT MONTASH.

Name: Clara Moretti - Greene
Job Title:  Associate Consultant
Time at Montash: 11 months

How long have you been at Montash?

I’ve been at Montash for 11 months now.

If you were to sum up Montash in just one sentence, how would you sum it up?

Montash is fun, but hard working you get a lot of benefits from it and everyone is very friendly.

What has your experience to date has been like at Montash?

Everyone has been really helpful, everyone has been really friendly. If I ever get stuck I’m never far away from a helping hand and it’s been really good. My manager is really helpful and has guided me through every step of my role. He is very patient and explains everything really well.  He has helped me to learn a lot of things. It is very fun working at Montash but at the same time you have to work very hard.

What are your views on recruitment in general?

Recruitment is very fast paced, everyday is a different day, you learn something new every day all the time, there are always new challenges and I always get help from my manager, he’s very supportive and I really enjoy the whole experience in recruitment.

If you had to describe Montash to a friend what would your review be?

It is really a fun hard working environment; I believe it's given me the best footing through the door to recruitment. You have clear career progression, you and your manager work towards to achieving the next goal. The career progression patch has helped me set up myself for what I want to be in the future.

What advice would give another apprentice joining Montash?

Working at Montash as an Apprentice, you have to work really hard, you’re not treated like a child here you are treated like an adult. Always ask questions, I’ve never been afraid to ask questions because people are really approachable and it has helped me learn a lot in a short space of time. I think it is the better option over Uni, it has given me experience and qualification at the same time.


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