Pet Medics: Shining a light on animal care and apprenticeship development

5 December 2017 

Liam Sutton, apprentice administration assistant at Pet Medics, one of the leading Greater Manchester chains of veterinary surgeons, has been offered a full-time role with the company.

After completing his apprenticeship, the company confirmed Liam would be invited to stay on as they believe he has a big future with them.

Liam started at Pet Medics in November 2016, and like many new apprentices was reserved in his new role. However, his training assessor, Sue Dore, says he has grown both in confidence and ability throughout his apprenticeship. She commented: “Liam is a great apprentice, he has worked really hard to develop his skills. His confidence is now fantastic and he is a great ambassador for his company Pet Medics, who have supported him superbly.”  

Liam initially considered a career in art, as it was one of his passions, but then decided that an apprenticeship in administration was for him. He is enthusiastic about his role and intends to work hard to further his career and ‘climb the ladder’ with Pet Medics.

His manager, Louise Cooksey is delighted with his progress, she said: “Liam works to a really high standard, and we are really pleased with him. We have opened up a new practice in Bury and Liam will be learning more about the technical aspects of our business to support this site. He is an asset to our business and is in demand across all of our venues.”

Both Liam and Sue were extremely complimentary about Pet Medics and the support that Liam has been given. Sue said: “Supportive employers are critical to all apprentices. Liam has been extremely fortunate in that Pet Medics have backed him 100% and given him a great platform to begin his working career.”

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