International Women’s Day – Chloe Spafford

Name: Chloe Spafford

Job Role: Apprentice Events Coordinator

Job Description: I currently assist the trust in organizing and running events. I also organize the Trust player visits which involves filling in forms and inputting them onto an online system. I also assist Gemma the NCS Administrator input details onto an online data base as well as assisting in day to day jobs such as printing, photo copying and taking phone calls.

What inspired you to be a part of RUCST? I first found out about the trust when I took part in the NCS programme in 2015. RUCST enables me to develop skills in which I may not have has the opportunity to gain at another company.

Do you find it important for females to be equal to males? Why? Yes, I believe that every individual should be treated with the same respect and equality as each other. I think women are very skilled and can do almost anything they put their mind to.

What is your background? (Career, study and jobs) Before I came to the Trust, I studied at Aston Academy and left with 10 GCSE’s grade A* to C. I also studies a year at Sixth form and left with a Distinction * in both Health and Social care and Sport. I am now currently an Apprentice at the Trust studying Level 3 Customer Service.

What sporting background do you have? I have participated in sport since a young age. I used to frequently dance and go ice skating with friends. I also gained a Sports Leaders Level one qualification which led me into coaching / assisting in disability sporting events.

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