MyCSP launches apprenticeship scheme

21 Oct 2014

MyCSP, the public sector pension administrator, has launched an apprenticeship scheme at its Liverpool Head Office.

MyCSP has welcomed three apprentices to the business and enrolled them on a programme which will last for at least eighteen months.

The scheme will provide the apprentices with an all-round skill set by working in a number of teams within MyCSP including the Contact Centre, Pension Administration, IT Systems and Corporate Services including Finance, Human Resources and Marketing. They will also receive training one day a week in business administration by local company, Sysco, as part of the national apprenticeship scheme.

Richard Wainwright, head of operations, MyCSP (Liverpool), said: “MyCSP has had a very successful first two years and believes that with that comes the responsibility of nurturing young talent. We want to offer bright school leavers the opportunity to embark on a good, solid career path, where they will receive excellent hands-on training and have the chance to learn from experts in the pensions field. Our employees are very important to the running of the business and they work extremely hard. We always reward hard work and believe there are young people out there who could really benefit from working with MyCSP.”

“MyCSP is serious about its social responsibilities and sets aside resources to support our communities, it is an important part of the ethos for our mutual company”. The apprenticeship scheme is part of MyCSP’s 1+1+1 Programme in which MyCSP aims to offer 1% of total headcount to apprentices and interns.

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