News 27th September 2023 Future talent

Future talent investment: Workman welcomes 46 Graduates and Apprentices across its 12 national offices, as reported by CoStar News.

The 2023 intake is split across the UK business, with 14 joining the Building Consultancy team and 32 in Property Management.

Welcoming the new arrivals to the firm, Matthew Pateman, Partner, said:

“Through our renowned Workman Graduate and Apprenticeship schemes, we’re committed to building commercial property professionals, many of whom will grow to become future leaders of the business.

“Our Graduate and Apprenticeship programmes demonstrate the Workman values and our ethos as a business. It’s all about growing, developing, and retaining talent effectively; these bright individuals are the future of our business.”

The Workman Graduate and Apprenticeship Scheme is designed to nurture and support those starting out in the property sector, while providing the right experience for career development.

From day one, new Graduates and Apprentices have the opportunity to make a valuable difference to Workman clients, on real projects with guidance and support from our experienced senior staff.

Workman future talent

Investment in future talent: A small group of the 46 Workman Graduate and Apprentice intake for 2023.

Pictured: Harry Thomas, Crystal Brown, Jordan Misan, Max Melhuish, Andrew Marples, Daniel Simpkin, Monte Roussel, George Thomas, Rae Barnard, Jake Whitby, Emilia Samuel-Camps

Read more about the Workman Graduate Scheme.

Read more about the Workman Apprenticeship Scheme.