There’s been even more of a buzz in our offices since new Bayford Foundation arrival, Hamran Mamaniyat, 31, came aboard. Tackling his data inputting training with great energy, he gave us the lowdown on settling in. Continue reading
It’s congratulations time once again as we report on the progress of another fantastic trainee who has successfully graduated from the Bayford Foundation.
After undergoing seven months training and learning at the foundation, 20-year-old Adam Simpson of Leeds is about to step into his new role as an oil trader with the sales team. Continue reading
Investing in training and developing our team to be the best that they can be is our mantra at The Right Fuel Company which runs the Bayford Foundation.
Tomorrow, the anxious wait for hundreds of thousands of students will be over as they collect their A Level results.
With celebrations for some, and disappointment for others, results day marks the next turning point in the lives of A Level students as they decide whether university is the right choice for them, whether to start their career immediately – or to take a gap year.
Recognising the responsibility that local employers have to reach into their community and help, our foundation trains and develops ambitious individuals from all walks of life.
We’re celebrating again as two more fab trainees have graduated into full time positions from our foundation following the end of our fourth bootcamp.
Carrie Locke and Taswar Ali passed the training course with flying colours and take the number of long term jobs we have created in the energy industry to 15. In a non-traditional recruitment process, our trainees hail from wide ranging backgrounds, some are long term unemployed and others have previous sales experience.
Our guest blog is from Nicky Pattinson – an international sales guru turned inspirational speaker.
Nicky has been a supporter of the Bayford Foundation since the beginning, inspiring our recruits to be the best they can be at the ICan event alongside Richard McCann, Andrew Walker and Billy Schwer.
In 2012 guest blogger Nina Joy, speaker and author of The Adventures of a Cancer Maverick, received the shocking news that she had incurable breast cancer and her life expectancy was less than 12 months. Nina could have become just another statistic, but she couldn’t and wouldn’t just sit back and accept the inevitable. Nina felt she had been training for this all her life. She has over 25 years’ experience in financial services and has faced many challenging projects and situations. The skills developed during that time now came into their own. She knew exactly what she needed to do….. defy the odds, even in the most difficult of circumstances.
It’s full steam ahead at The Bayford Foundation in the countdown to our fourth bootcamp which gets underway on April 22 and runs for eight weeks.
Our dynamic journey has seen us recruit 13 new employees to date and it’s been fantastic to celebrate the achievements of our latest graduates from our third successful bootcamp.