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Engineering In The Food Industry

Food Engineering

We all need to eat and the choices that we have now are many and always increasing, but how do we know that what we buy to eat is safe and how do companies in the food industry come up with things like gluten free versions of our favourite meals and make sure that the packaging that they use is ... Read More »

National Apprenticeship Awards 2016 Winners Announced

The apprenticeship route

The National Apprenticeship Awards are in their 13th year and is an occasional where outstanding apprentices and apprentice employers are celebrated – so, who are the winners? This year’s winning apprentices are: Intermediate Apprentice of the Year – Charlotte Blowers Charlotte is a full-time stylist at the Exceed Salon after she began her intermediate level hairdressing apprenticeship in September 2013 ... Read More »

Careers In Automotive Engineering


Automotive engineering involves the research, design, development and manufacturing of vehicles. As an automotive engineer you would specialise and work on one part such as the exhaust system. What you would do as an automotive engineer will depend on the specialist area that you have. It could include using Computer-aided design (CAD), deciding on materials, problem solving, building prototypes or inspecting ... Read More »

Becoming A Journalist

becoming a journalist

Getting into journalism can be tricky, so you need to master two key things – experience and determination. Imogen Groome tells us how she’s going about becoming a journalist. You can read more student stories of how they are going about becoming a journalist in the February issue of Moving On when it comes out. Having a degree isn’t essential ... Read More »

What’s The Difference Between An Apprenticeship And A Traineeship?

what level apprenticeship

National Apprenticeship Week 2017 will focus on progression and the ladder of opportunity so we thought it would be ideal to look at the difference between an apprenticeship and a traineeship. Traineeships Traineeships are an education, training and work experience programme that prepares young people for the world of work. They were introduced in August 2013 for 16 – 23 ... Read More »

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