Baltic Apprenticeships
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Baltic Apprenticeships Careers and Employment

About the company

  • Founded
    2006
  • Company size
    51 to 200
  • Industry
    Education
  • Link
    Baltic Apprenticeships website
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Reviews

Business Development Manager in Durham, Durham
on 15 November 2019
Productivity and working environment
Qualifying clients, sales and account managing, closing sales and providing clients with factual information. submitting documents due to sales completion and following company procedures. learned to manage time efficiently. Managers worked well with everyone within the team, motivated and supported staff when necessary. Work place culture, work as a team, support one another and meet targets. Competing with competitors to secure clients business. enjoyable, staff meetings and exceeding clients and management expectations.
Administrator in Remote
on 1 April 2022
Prepare to be treated like dirt.
Toxic management, unrealistic deadlines, no work/life balance, false promises, no support, little to no knowledge of equality and diversity. Run quick and run far.
Apprenticeship Business Resource Manager in Home Based
on 31 October 2020
Work from home. Good work life balance. Bullying culture
. Encouraged to put in a grievance by HR against bullying sales manager.Less than 2 years service and lost my job. Small company . Not allowed to challenge.
Manager in Newton Aycliffe, Durham
on 5 October 2020
Amazing place to work
I absolutely love working at Baltic Training. It is a very rewarding place to work as you are helping apprentices into jobs and also helping companies benefit from them. The culture is fantastic as everyone wants to see the company being successful and everyone supports one another and is happy to see others doing well.There are so many development opportunities for people who are working hard and deserve to progress. I have had a number myself in the years I have worked here and senior management are really passionate about their staff feeling appreciated.
Content Marketing Executive in Newton Aycliffe, Durham
on 10 September 2020
A brilliant place to work!
I've worked in quite a few different organisations, including retail, higher education, and local government, and I've never really been in a workplace that has a culture quite like Baltic. Everyone is so supportive and friendly, there's an amazing energy here. I get regular feedback and recognition for my work, which I find to be very motivating. My role is varied and interesting - there's always something new to learn and new projects to focus on. I feel like there are always opportunities to get involved in different things, work across different teams, and progress professionally. During the Coronavirus lockdown, the management and HR teams at Baltic have been incredible - putting the wellbeing of their employees at the heart of decision making. I've only been in the role for around 6 months so far, but I've been really impressed! I really love working at Baltic Apprenticeships.

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