Digital Marketing Apprentice of the Month – Pedro Sousa


October’s Apprentice of the Month is Pedro Sousa, a Level 3 Digital Marketing apprentice at Envirosystems UK. Pedro was nominated by line manager Steph Bedford who highlighted how Pedro has progressed throughout the apprenticeship:

“Pedro has been with the company since April and his progression has been impressive, he came into the agricultural industry with no prior knowledge and has put in the time and effort to learn about our stakeholders and target markets. Not only has he given this amount of effort to his new role, but Pedro also consistently gets over 90% in his apprenticeship exams with Baltic.”

Steph also gave us an insight into how Pedro integrated himself into the team:

“Over the past month, Pedro has attended two trade shows representing the marketing team and integrated seamlessly with the sales team to provide an essential communication portal between the two teams. Pedro continues to grow in confidence and has taken on some big projects this past month, including mastering photoshop to produce banners for our trade stand, and working with the digital marketing team to provide statistics from social campaigns which have run across the past month.”
We also heard about Pedro’s fantastic attitude to work and how he takes feedback on board:

“No task is too big for him, he loves a challenge whether this is finding out how to do a task via a video on YouTube or asking other members of staff, no task will defeat him. To date he has learnt how to produce brochures on InDesign, adverts using Photoshop, YouTube video content using Adobe Premiere Pro and performed website analytics for the team using Google Analytics.

“Pedro not only delivers work to a high standard, but it is usually before the deadlines set for him. Positive feedback has come back from various members of the team that have worked with him.

“Pedro isn’t afraid to receive constructive feedback, often asking for feedback on his work and taking the comments on board to learn from them.”

Well done Pedro, keep up the fantastic work!