Leading IT Recycling Company, Concept Management, Bolsters Team with Apprentice from Bolton Wanderers Institute of Sport

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Bolton based IT recycling company, Concept Management, signs up new apprentice from the prestigious Bolton Wanderers Institute of Sport.

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Pictured from left to right: John Gilbertson, Joel Kerr, Mark Wilding and Alexander Clayton

Alexander has impressed his tutors at the Bolton Wanderers Institute of Sport and his commitment and enthusiasm shone through.

The latest recruit to join Bolton based IT recycling company, Concept Management, has taken a less traditional route to his apprenticeship having graduated from the prestigious Bolton Wanderers Institute of Sport.

After a year of studying for his BTEC 1 and 2 sport courses at the Institute of Sport based at the Reebok Stadium in Bolton, 17 year old Alexander Clayton successfully gained full time employment with local based IT recycling company, Concept Management.

Concept Management’s Business Development Director, Mark Wilding, explains: “We’ve taken on Alexander as part of the Bolton Wanderers and Concept Management partnership which came about from our desire as a company to put something back into the local community; with Bolton on our doorstep, the Institute was an obvious choice.

“Alexander impressed his tutors at the Bolton Wanderers Institute of Sport where his commitment and enthusiasm shone through making him an ideal candidate to join our team.”

Concept Management provides WEEE recycling combined with secure data and equipment destruction services for all business sectors with an impressive range of clients including: Gamestation, E.ON UK, NPower, Xerox, NHS, Lidl, Canon and the BBC to name but a few.

Bolton Wanderers Institute of Sport Educational Co-ordinator, Joel Kerr said: “We started this partnership because Concept Management was interested in giving people a chance.

“Alexander was the stand out student from our classes; his attitude and determination has been outstanding.”

Concept Management has since agreed to take on up to six further students on a part-time basis, ensuring that each individual is able to work whilst staying in education.

“We’re now hoping that many more students can follow in Alexander’s footsteps,” concludes Joel.

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