A Midlands based strategic public relations and content marketing agency is investing in the future with the appointment of a new apprentice.
Whilst lending her support to the experienced team at Changeworks Communications, 18-year-old Jordan Dalziel will be studying a Level 4 Diploma in Public Relations.
As a higher apprentice she will be learning on-the-job, gaining new skills and experience and supporting colleagues as they provide a broad mix of PR, social media and marketing services to clients across a wide range of industry sectors.
Jordan, who lives in Newport, joins the company after studying a Level 3 Diploma in Business at Stafford College. She brings with her, excellent organisational skills and a willingness to learn. She’s also looking forward to the new challenges she will face, both in the workplace and in her studies, which are being co-ordinated by the Public Relations Consultants Association.
“I’m really looking forward to starting my new journey here at Changeworks, I know I am going to enjoy myself and develop a lot of useful skills for the future,” she said.
“The PR industry is very exciting at the moment, with the rise of social media and the increasing importance of video and Changeworks is at the forefront of these trends.”
In her spare time Jordan likes to play golf, attend festivals and spend quality time with her family.
On Jordan’s appointment, Changeworks Managing Director Sue Tupling said: “We are delighted to welcome Jordan to our team, and her youthful enthusiasm is already having an impact.
“At Changeworks we believe its vital businesses invest in young talent to help secure their future in a fast moving world and an ever-changing PR marketplace.”