Tell us a little bit about yourself!
I’m Nathan I’m 19 years old and I live in a little village called Underwood in Nottinghamshire. Being very active from a young age I was always doing a variety of sports either football, cricket, kickboxing and fishing.
Give us some fun facts about you!
I think the achievement I am most proud of in my life is achieving my black belt in kickboxing but like many things this was briefly stopped through injury. A Lego man is how I am described when it comes to why I stopped sport as dislocating body parts on a moments notice is a specialty of mine. Now that I don’t participate in many sports I can usually be found in the gym or fishing on the weekend no matter the weather.
Give us three emojis to describe your team!
The laughing emoji because as being serious and hard at work the office can always find time to have a good laugh. The baby emoji describes how I fit into the team as being the new means I have a lot to learn from the team as everyone’s knowledge is mind-blowing which I plan on gaining as much of this knowledge as I can. The hand shake emoji because everyone in the team is so supporting and respectful of each other, which makes for great collaborative working and being able to get that helping hand at a time of need is always there.
What has been one of your biggest challenges so far?
My biggest challenge would be settling in to a full time working week as being a college student before working here does not compare to being at work every day.
Have your perceptions about Intelligent Decisioning changed from what you knew about Id before?
This is not my first time ‘working’ for ID as being a college student before here I came on a work experience with ID that gave me a very little insight as to what ID do on a day to day but working here has proved that there is never one day as same as the next.
You started at Intelligent Decisioning as an apprentice, where did you hear about us and why did you choose us?
As previously ‘working’ for ID made me really want to be part of the ID team, as I am always willing to learn and try new things, which I thought that I can get out of being part of the ID team.