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Spending time with Central Operations Team

What is Takeover Challenge?

Two young people worked with the WSCC Central Operations Team from the Integrated Prevention and Earliest Help Service (IPEH)

Name: James Green

Organisation/Person spent the day with: Nicola Nye

What event/session did you attend today?

Takeover Challenge with the Central Operations Team.

How did you feel about it? What are your feelings and thoughts?

I got a better insight into jobs and careers and working hours

What did you learn from it?

I learnt that marketing is very enjoyable which i didn’t think it was.

How has this impacted you?

It has made me think about what type of career i would like in the future.

What’s next?

I would consider a career in marketing in the future now. Thank you.


Name: Connor Baker

Organisation/Person spent the day with: Craig Franklin

What event/session did you attend today?

I went with the Fire and Rescue Service Resilience Team in the morning and the Central Operations Team in the afternoon.

How did you feel about it? What are your feelings and thoughts?

It was a fun experience to see it from their point of view.

What did you learn from it?

All the different support they offer and give to children, families and young people.

How has this impacted you?

It’s given me a different perspective into what they do and how it affects other people

What’s next?

To think about what career i’d like to do.

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