Rostrum hires first PR apprentice

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Tania Correia

Rostrum, the corporate PR agency, has announced that it has hired its first PR apprentice Tania Correia.

Correia joined Rostrum after finishing her A-Levels and was chosen out of a number of candidates, having demonstrated ability to draft content and pitch to the media during the interview process.

She is part of the corporate team at Rostrum and will work across a range of sectors including SME finance, legal technology and cybersecurity. She will be with the agency for 15 months where she will complete her Level 4 PR diploma.

Michael Kahn, director of resource and development at Rostrum, said: “We felt it was the right time to introduce an apprentice into the Rostrum team as we continue to recruit and train the best and brightest talent. Tania is already proving to be a capable individual and I’m confident she will continue to develop during her time at the agency.”

Correia said: “The experience so far at Rostrum has been a very rewarding one. Not only am I doing a job I really enjoy, my diploma also allows me to learn the theory behind everything I’m doing day to day, which is definitely helping me to progress in my role.”

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