Apprentices keep Worthing Museum on top

Worthing Museum apprentices Matthew O'Neill, Stephen Melling, seated, and Emma Ciesielczuk
Worthing Museum apprentices Matthew O'Neill, Stephen Melling, seated, and Emma Ciesielczuk
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THREE apprentices are helping to keep Worthing Museum as one of the south east’s top heritage sites.

The museum has taken on three creative and cultural apprentices from Sussex Downs College, who are undertaking their NVQ qualifications at level 2 and level 3.

Manager at the museum Diana Peek said: “We have formed a strong partnership with Sussex Downs College, who are providing the two-year work-based training for our three apprentices.

“Our apprenticeship team get involved in a wide variety of tasks in the Museum including front of house, merchandising in the shop area, providing visitors with information and helping with our displays and exhibitions.

“We want to celebrate the success of our apprentices as they bring new energy and perspective to the work place. Our three apprenticeship ambassadors are demonstrating how apprenticeships can really benefit an organisation.”

The apprentices are Matthew O’Neill, 26, Stephen Melling, 19, and 30-year-old Emma Ciesielczuk.