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First Class Degree Apprentice

Degree apprentice

James Gee is among the first degree apprentices to graduate. We spoke with him about his experience. James started his apprenticeship with Capgemini when he was 17 and has just been awarded a First Class Honours Degree in Digital and Tech Solutions. We asked James about his journey and how it feels to be one of the first to graduate ... Read More »

An Apprentice In China

apprentice

Joel Statham left school after his GCSEs to pursue an engineering apprenticeship with Rotabroach – we find out about the opportunities that he has been given. Joel found his apprenticeship with Rotabroach, which makes magnetic drills and associated cutting implements for a wide range of applications, through the Semta Apprenticeship Service. Joel attends college once a week and he is ... Read More »

There Is A Way Into Engineering To Suit Everyone

There’s a way into engineering to suit everyone says Ann Watson, Chief Executive of the engineering skills body, Semta and a member of the government’s taskforce on the skills for industrial digitalisation You may not have heard of engineering, and you may not know what an engineer does. Engineers are, basically, people who solve problems. Need to keep the lights ... Read More »

Astronomical Aerospace Careers

Aerospace Careers

Aerospace is a huge UK industry. We take a look at how various subjects fit with aerospace careers. When you hear aerospace careers you could be forgiven for thinking only of engineering and manufacturing roles. The aerospace industry like all others relies on lots of people working in many different area and roles. We explore how a variety of subjects ... Read More »

Career Decision Making

Career Decision Making

There are all sorts of different ways to make decisions and different things effect the process – in this blog I talk about career decision making. Take the very simple example of making dinner – how do you decide what to make? In an ideal world, with no limitations, I guess you could just decide based on what you fancy ... Read More »

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