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Winter Work Placement Opportunities
Page Group is offering players the opportunity to develop a career in recruitment. Over the years people from a sporting background have successfully applied their skills to working with Page Group. The skills and qualities that link the sporting world and the field of recruitment include teamwork, goal-setting, competitiveness, tenacity, drive and resilience.
A Recruitment Consultant delivers a service to help employers recruit new employees and advises and supports candidates in securing the best position for them.
There are a number of routes you can take to start a career with Page Group, from a permanent route to a paid internship scheme where you can have full training, and will be able to develop commercial skills which fit around your cricketing commitments.
To find out more on how to develop your career with Page Group, click here…
The Placement Learning Access Network (P.L.A.N.)
The P.L.A.N. programme is a work placement programme that places cricketers in the commercial world whilst allowing them to continue their primary role as a professional cricketer.
P.L.A.N. member companies offer:
For information on how you company can benefit, please download this flyer.
For more information on the companies who are supporting this programme, please contact your Regional Personal Development Manager.
Work Experience Case Studies
Daryl Mitchell Features as Guest Sport Presenter on BBC Hereford and Worcester
On Tuesday 20 March 2012 WCCC Captain, Daryl Mitchell, visited BBC Hereford and Worcester for an afternoon’s work experience as a guest presenter. Daryl read the afternoon Sports Bulletins at 4.30pm and 5.30pm and chatted live on the Drive Show about his role as WCCC Captain, the squad’s winter training and his hopes for the coming season.
This work experience opportunity formed part of the WCCC professional players’ PCA Personal DevelopmentWinter Programme. The programme helps players gain work experience and develop key skills alongside their cricket commitments, in order to better prepare for a life after cricket. The day also saw 17 other WCCC players and the Director of Cricket, Steve Rhodes, get out and about across ten WCCC sponsors to experience the world of work. Many thanks to Cotswold Group, Allpay, Marten’s PLC, King’s School, ID Sports, OGL Computer Services LTD, Worcester New, PT Marc Scriven and Rock Lobster for their support with this initiative.
When asked how he found the experience, Daryl said, “I’ve had a really great afternoon, and learnt so much.” Andrew and Dave Bradley were impressed with Daryl, saying they would happily welcome him back to gain some more experience.