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Coreco shortlisted for apprenticeship award

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Coreco shortlisted for apprenticeship award
Mortgage brokerage Coreco has been shortlisted for a prestigious award recognising its popular apprenticeship programme.

The London firm has been selected in the regional final of the National Apprenticeship Awards and National Training Awards 2012 for its commitment to bringing apprentices into the business.

Launched in the summer of 2011, Coreco’s scheme has provided the firm with several new employees.

Mortgage Solutions spent a day with the firm’s apprentices earlier this year to find out why the scheme was proving so popular.

Roy Hardy, director of Coreco, commented: “We are delighted to have been shortlisted for what we see as a very important award.

“It shows that we are a forward looking and socially responsible company, who not only aim to provide the highest standards of advice to our clients, but also look to assist some of the talented young people out there who otherwise may not get a foot in the door.

“We are passionate believers in apprenticeships and could not be any happier with the results we have had so far.”

Asad Khan, who is the most recent person to complete an apprenticeship with Coreco, added: “What I enjoy most about my apprenticeship is the self-confidence and value I feel from having someone invest in my future development.”

The winners will be announced at a ceremony at London City Hall on Tuesday 25th September.

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