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Erhun Oztumer

Erhun underwent a customer service apprenticeship with LITC. At that time, he was at a crossroads trying to achieve his dream of becoming a professional footballer while also studying for his customer service level 3, playing football part-time, and completing an apprenticeship. We supported Erhun by providing him with mentoring, confidence-building workshops, and help with achieving his level 3 apprenticeship, as well as the transition of going back to education.

After completing his apprenticeship and playing semi-professional football at Dulwich Hamlet football club, Erhun finally realized his dream of becoming a professional footballer in 2014. He signed a professional football contract with Peterborough United and has gone on to play for Bolton Wanderers, Charlton Athletic, Bristol Rovers, among others, having a successful football career.

Kyle Ferguson

Kyle first joined our organisation as a social media volunteer. We provided him with support and guidance, including various schemes, signposting, and training, to help him transition into the organization. As a result of his skills and hard work, we offered Kyle a full-time position as a social media manager. He was responsible for graphic design and managing our social media accounts. In addition, he was also skilled in video editing, sound, and camera operation. He managed the filming, directing, and editing of the LITC podcast, which received over 20,000 views collectively, making it an operational success. Kyle played a key role in the success of the podcast. Today, Kyle has started his own production company called RudeBoyProductions.


Eva started her career at LITC by joining as a Business Administration apprentice. During this time, she completed her level 2 and 3 Business Administration qualification while working as an administrative assistant for the organization. After two years of gaining valuable experience and achieving her qualifications, Eva was offered a full-time position as an administrative assistant at LITC. She continued to excel in her role and was subsequently promoted to the position of administrator. During her time at LITC, Eva also pursued her undergraduate degree in Business and participated in various programs to develop her leadership skills. Additionally, Eva has established her own fashion business, where she designs and sells modest women’s fashion.

Harrold Carnie

Harrold had originally expressed interest in undertaking one of our sports traineeships in Spain. However, after a thorough IAG meeting, we concluded together that it might not be the best fit for him. Instead, we explored the possibility of him obtaining his FA coaching level 2. As a result, Harrold became a volunteer assistant football coach for one of our football programs, Football for Hope (FIFA). Here, he assisted one of our senior football coaches. Following this, Harrold launched his own community interest organization, HDW Sports, which focuses on community coaching. We are proud to announce that HDW Sports is now partnering with LITC on a community-based Pan-African League.


Jade Bennett

Hi, my name is Jade, I have recently completed my level 3 nail course with LITC.
When I started this journey, I wasn’t confident, but Nina helped with building my confidence she made me believe that I could do it. Nina encouraged me, believed in me and helped me become a confident nail technician. From my learning and becoming qualified I currently work in a salon building up my clientele.
If you’re on the fence about doing this course, just know it’s worth everything. You will be well taken care of, and encouraged and you will not regret it!! I highly recommend LITC & 100000% recommend Nina as a tutor!!! Thank you Nina for everything I really wouldn’t be where I am today without you!!!

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