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hancock 850px 13123Matt Hancock, MP for West Suffolk and Secretary of State for Health and Social Care: "I’m so proud of Chloe, my apprentice, who got a triple distinction in her apprenticeship at West Suffolk College."

A West Suffolk College apprentice has been offered a permanent role with Secretary of State for Health and Social Care Matt Hancock MP, after being awarded a triple distinction in her apprenticeship with the office.

Chloe Osborne-Wilson, age 21 from Newmarket has completed her Business Administrator Level 3 apprenticeship working as a Caseworker for Matt Hancock MP and has been praised for her hard work and commitment to the role.

Chloe decided to take on the Business Administration apprenticeship after first studying beauty and realising this wasn’t the right path for her. Chloe said: “The apprenticeship at Matt’s office gave me a chance to explore a role that interested me, that without an apprenticeship would not have been available. The apprenticeship has helped me to understand how a real working environment works, whilst still learning and developing my skills.”

Chloe continued, “The support from my tutor Rebecca has been amazing, I could not have completed my apprenticeship without her and the support of the College.”

Rebecca Mann, Programme Tutor in Business Administration and Customer Service at the College said: “Chloe has undergone a significant learning journey as one of the first apprentices to go through the new EPA process. She has shown huge resilience and optimism throughout her course having to adapt to a very challenging yet unique role. We are very proud of her.”

Matt Hancock himself said: “I’m so proud of Chloe, my apprentice, who got a triple distinction in her apprenticeship at West Suffolk College. It’s a massive tribute to her hard work and also an excellent example of the success of apprenticeships in this country. I am so pleased and proud to offer her a full-time position in my West Suffolk constituency office as my caseworker. Chloe made tremendous progress in her apprenticeship, and her success is thoroughly deserved.”

Now Chloe has started her new permanent role she has high ambitions for the future hoping to progress to a senior caseworker or office manager.

For more information on apprenticeship opportunities at the college head to www.wsc.ac.uk/find-a-course/apprenticeships