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Lord Sugar rejoice: King’s Lynn Whitefriars Church of England Academy business manager Amy Greenwood in apprenticeship and qualification first for its Trust



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Based at a Lynn school, Amy Greenwood is the first Diocese of Norwich Education and Academies Trust (DNEAT) business manager to complete a management qualification and apprenticeship, in a boost to help with career progression within the Trust.

Mrs Greenwood, based at Whitefriars Church of England Academy in Lynn, began her Level 3 Team Leader apprenticeship in January 2018 through Steadfast Training of Spalding.

She said: “Although I have a young family and had ‘one on the way’ when completing the course, I was able to juggle the course alongside my work and home life.

Mrs Amy Greenwood is the first Diocese of Norwich Education and Academies Trust (DNEAT) Business Manager to complete a management qualification and apprenticeship.
Mrs Amy Greenwood is the first Diocese of Norwich Education and Academies Trust (DNEAT) Business Manager to complete a management qualification and apprenticeship.

"My headteacher was very accommodating and allowed me to have time with my mentor in school, as well as paid time to complete my assignments.

"I enjoyed learning about the different theories on how to be a good leader, in particular Maslow’s theory, which concentrates on the psychological needs of employees. I believe my apprenticeship has shaped who I am as a line manager. I recommend the course to anyone!”

Oliver Burwood, CEO of Diocese of Norwich Education and Academies Trust said: “We congratulate Amy on her management qualification gained through apprenticeship training.

"We’re committed to supporting more of our staff to obtain the qualifications needed in a modern workforce through apprenticeships, so that we can continue to provide the best education for our children and young people.’’



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