Apprentices appointed at Refer-all
Exercise referral software solutions provider Refer-all has recruited two new Apprentice Software Developers.
Freya Brown completed a Level 3 BTEC Diploma in Information Technology at Chichester College. Currently Freya is developing digital methods to bring new clients on board more quickly using her scripting skills. In the future, she will further develop this role as well as overseeing initial testing and deployment.
Stuart Wessels studied for a Level 3 BTEC Diploma in Software Development at Highbury College. His course included modules on website and software development, database design and e-commerce, as well as systems analysis and design. His interest in technology includes creating high quality graphical user interfaces and developing and implementing databases.
Stuart is mainly working on Refer-all’s new user interface supporting Integrations Manager Bill Smith. Designed to enhance and improve the user experience, the interface will enhance efficiency for GPs, public health commissioners, leisure centres and instructors.
Both Freya and Stuart are undertaking a Level 3 Microsoft Software Development Fundamentals course in Portsmouth during their apprenticeships with Refer-all.
Stuart Stokes, Commercial Director at Refer-all, commented: “Developing the skills of the next generation of programmers and developers is crucial for the on-going success of specialist software solutions, such as Refer-all. We are proud to have Freya and Stuart on board and, as a customer focused company, we are pleased that by improving our customer introduction process and user interface our customers are starting to, and will continue to, benefit from their enthusiasm, knowledge and drive during their apprenticeships.”
Refer-all, which specialises in software solutions for exercise referral, offers a fast and efficient referral pathway for Exercise on Referral schemes via an online portal. Its highly versatile software solutions mean other lifestyle services, such as weight management, smoking cessation and stress management, can also be added to the software hub to create a truly integrated public health offering. The software can even be linked to fitness equipment and wearable technology so that exercise sessions can be monitored and evaluated by the Exercise on Referral team and the referrer.
Refer-all is currently working with 28 service providers to power 77 lifestyle services that, to date, have seen more than 65,000 referrals.
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Refer-all are specialists in software solutions for exercise referral and consultancy providing great communication, strong outcomes and efficient workflow to make people active.
For further information contact:
Amanda Baker at Big Fish Public Relations
Tel: 07976 757499