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Meet Carine Louton, Marketing Apprentice SRC (EMEA)

Tell us about your experience as an Apprentice at ResMed.

As an Apprentice at ResMed, you get full immersion from day one. Here, everyone is valued equally whether you are a full-time employee or a trainee, or apprentice, and that’s a great thing – to feel that I belong. You’ll soak up a wealth of knowledge while being fully integrated and treated as an equal among your colleagues. It’s an incredible opportunity for any student looking to expand beyond textbook learning.

The breadth of topics covered here is so diverse and impactful that monotony isn’t even an option. Our work spans international boundaries, which is incredibly inspiring. Being part of the healthcare sector offers a profound sense of making a tangible, positive difference in the world.

What makes ResMed special to you? Why did you join the program?

ResMed as a global company immediately appealed to me. Engaging and collaborating with individuals from diverse backgrounds is an incredible chance for personal growth and broadening perspectives. It didn’t take long for me to recognize the strong support network within the company, creating a secure and nurturing work environment. Opting for ResMed for my apprenticeship was a deliberate choice because I sensed immense learning opportunities within such a dynamic setting. I believed it would offer me a platform to not only learn but also to be heard and surrounded by supportive colleagues.

What advise will you give to fellow students seeking to find Apprenticeship at ResMed?

Being yourself matters more than having all the answers. Embrace asking questions and nurturing your curiosity—it truly makes a significant difference.

The best thing about being an Apprentice at ResMed is…

I have experienced a genuine sense of belonging within ResMed. I felt I was completely integrated within my team, where I can freely express yourself and ask without fear of being judged for not knowing the answer. I have developed trust in my colleagues and encouraged to be independent which fostered a genuine opportunity for connection and inclusion.

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