Wembley worker offers tip to apprentices as he lands full-time paid job

PUBLISHED: 13:15 30 September 2019 | UPDATED: 18:09 30 September 2019

Jonathan Bussette, who landed a job through being an apprentice. Picture: Network Homes

Jonathan Bussette, who landed a job through being an apprentice. Picture: Network Homes


A Wembley man is offering advice to future apprentices after successfully landing a salaried job with a housing association.

Jonathan Bussette quit his job working for an electricity and gas supplier to start an apprenticeship at Network Homes in September 2018.

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The 33-year-old now works full time as voids and lettings administrator at the Fulton Road based housing association organising viewings for property managers.

As part of his apprenticeship he visited tenants when they had disputes with their neighbours.

He said: "My advice to the new apprentices is work really hard, develop a positive attitude and you will go far.

My apprenticeship has helped me learn about all the different aspects about working in housing and also built up my personal confidence so that I really enjoy speaking to different people every day, something which I continue to do in my new role.

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