Why Apply to Become a Student Trainer? - Harry Turner – Co-Chair Student Trainers 2016-17
“Last year I thought about applying but I didn’t think I was qualified to train anybody in anything - I’m so pleased I did though because:
- I’ve received professional training on how to design and deliver engaging sessions;
- I’m no longer nervous about giving presentations and speaking in public;
- I’ve gone from learning presentations line by line to having the confidence to be flexible and adapt it as I go.
Thanks to this opportunity I have plenty of real examples to use during interviews. My decision to go for it and apply to become a Student Trainer was the best decision I made last year”
Supported By PwC
Help us measure, protect and enhance what matter most to our clients.
You'll enjoy exceptional business exposure, build wide-ranging skills and life-long relationships, and gain valuable professional qualifications. You'll also find out why students have voted us number one in The Times Top 100 Graduate Employers survey for the last eight years.
Just bring us a 2:1 or above in any discipline, a UCAS tariff of at least 300 (or equivalent), plus the ability to build relationships, to put yourself in others' shoes and to make a positive impact on our clients. To be part of something special, visit: www.pwc.com/uk/careers
Please note that while the majority of our sessions are offered free of charge, some sessions such as First Aid and IT training may be provided at a fee which will be advertised at the sign up point