We are happy to announce that the winner of Future LDN Apprentice of the Month is Tan @ Warner Bros!


LDN Apprenticeships highlights a clear message of what makes an AWESOME Apprentice; they must show energy, enthusiasm, willingness to learn, ability to take feedback and propensity to take action (EEWAP). Tan’s nomination is below:


Tan expresses strong energy everyday with no task being too small or too big. He is always willing to take on tasks from all departments and not just his immediate team and this energy is definitely making his valuable asset amongst all teams in finance. Tan has to business partner a lot in WB, and he does so very well. If asked about the sales team to investigate variances in their figures, he shows good energy to them by taking on the task immediately, much to their delight!


Tan has said many a time that he is always wanting to take on more work and he would like to try new tasks all the time. It is this enthusiasm that he shows on a daily basis that makes him well respected within the finance community at WB. He is always willing to make conversation with other finance colleagues and as such, is becoming a strong character in the team.


Willingness To Learn:

Tan has regular sessions in his own for learning and improving his skills. I am incredibly impressed with his willingness to learn and how far he has come. We are implementing new programs in WB which very few people in WB are proficient at (Tableau), and Tan has taken it upon himself to learn more in his own time, and sought out the WB experts to add to that knowledge.

Ability To Take Feedback:

Myself and Tan’s colleague Martin have regular 1:1’s with Tan, and when demonstrating negative feedback, it appears to never hold him back. In fact, he strives to correct his mistakes and ensures that he takes on the feedback to prove he is capable.

Propensity To Take Action:

This month Tan has improved significantly in taking initiative to new tasks to improve them. We have a lot of customers in WB where we need to price check the amounts our product is sold for. It is a complex process but Tan has created his own file which makes this  a much easier process.


Congratulations Tan!