Amazing apprentice completed course while working at Warrington Pandemic Hospital
A COLLEGE apprentice has completed his course while working for the NHS during the pandemic.
Daw Ryan, a student at Warrington & Vale Royal College, completed her Level 2 apprenticeship in customer service while working for the NHS during the global crisis.
The frontline worker, whose second language is English, also obtained a functional qualification in mathematics and English.
Discussing her recent triumphs, Daw said: “I am overwhelmed, thank you Warrington & Vale Royal College and the NHS for helping me get my Tier 2 qualification.”
Shortly after starting her course, Daw joined frontline workers delivering medicine to patients at Warrington and Halton NHS Trust.
Due to Covid-19, his teachings have been posted online.
It was a tough time for the NHS worker as she balanced both her studies and work during the global pandemic.
Middle school learning coach Jill Murphy said: “It certainly wasn’t easy for Daw, but she persevered and kept going. Daw has always been committed, driven and committed, accomplishing everything with full effort and enthusiasm. I am absolutely thrilled for her.
The college would also like to express their gratitude to the Department of Pharmacy at Warrington and Halton NHS Trust and Jill Murphy for their support and advice to Daw.