POSTS USING TAG 'apprenticeship'

I am happy to say that I have recently  completed my apprenticeship. The last year has basically felt like a trial run leading up to this point, gaining experience and confidence in my work. So I... Read More
I am delighted to say that last month I finished my trouser making apprenticeship at Anderson & Sheppard and I am now a fully qualified trouser maker. Before I started my apprenticeship as a trouser m... Read More
It’s now four years since I started at Anderson & Sheppard, and my apprenticeship finishes next month. From then on I will be self-employed and on my own – I’ll still be here, at Old... Read More

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When I first joined Anderson & Sheppard I quickly realised there was a lot to learn about how the organisation works and every process is related. You just have to observe the logistics, the customer ... Read More
Friday 5th July saw the Bespoke Tailors’ Benevolent Association summer party take place at the Merchant Taylors’ Hall in the city. Held annually, it is always a fun night held for a wort... Read More
The author Kingsley Amis is reputed to have adored his cords so much that he dreaded any social occasion which necessitated the wearing of anything else. I find myself empathising more and more with M... Read More
I just joined Anderson & Sheppard four weeks ago. I’m training as a coat cutter under Mr Hitchcock. I started with some single-breasted waistcoat patterns, which are probably the easiest thing t... Read More
Most customers fall into one of two camps with trousers. If they have had suits made before, they probably have a consistent style and stick with that across most pairs of trousers – style in tr... Read More