ludlowthompson helps candidates boost their employment skills at Wesley's Chapel & Leysian Mission event
- 21st March 2019
- Our News
Senior Letting’s Manager Fabian Akinola was guest speaker talking to individuals about opportunities in the property sector
On 9 February, Wesley's Chapel & Leysian Mission held an event designed to support individuals entering the job market or starting a new career.
As part of the event, ludlowthompson’s Senior Letting’s Manager, Fabian Akinola, was invited as a guest speaker to explain what ludlowthompson looks out for when hiring new recruits.
The “Who Do You Hire” panel of speakers at the event also included Cheryl Gurnham of multinational law firm CMS Cameron, and Rebecca Young of the employment and education charity the Shaw Trust.
Jen Smith, Superintendent Minister at Wesley’s Chapel and Leysian Mission were chairing the event.
ludlowthompson has a long record of equipping young people and graduates who join their team with the tools to be successful, providing industry-leading training, through the National Federation of Property Professionals (NFOPP). We have also sponsored individuals through the nationally-recognised Chartered Management Institute (CMI) qualifications and internationally recognised MBA.
Alexander Rawlinson, Managing Director at ludlowthompson, says: “This event was a fantastic opportunity for individuals to gain employment skills when entering the job market or looking to start a new career.”
Fabian Akinola, Senior Letting’s Manager at ludlowthompson, says: “I’m very proud to have been part of such a successful event aimed at helping individuals get into work.”
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“This event was a fantastic opportunity for individuals to gain employment skills when entering the job market or looking to start a new career.”
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