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A New Route Into Teaching – Teacher Apprenticeships

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There is a new route into teaching – teacher apprenticeships. It is expected that the new teacher apprenticeships will start to be delivered as early as September 2018 – providing another route into a career in teaching. You can read the full standard for the new teacher apprenticeships here but in short, to become an apprentice teacher you will need ... Read More »

Vacancy – Apprentice Infrastructure Analyst

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An opportunity to develop your skills at one of the world’s leading digital archives. The National Archives is looking for a motivated and creative individual to join us as an apprentice infrastructure analyst. This 13-month apprenticeship is offered as part of a 2 year fixed term contract, with the possibility of an extension or permanency at the end of the ... Read More »

Two-Minute Brief – The Industrial Strategy

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If you’ve not got the time to read 130 pages – here is our two-minute briefing on the Industrial Strategy. Weakness – The UK lags behind Germany, France, US and Italy in terms of productivity. What the government wants to do: Put the UK at the forefront of AI, machine learning and the data revolution Maximise the advantages from clean ... Read More »

Is An Engineering Job Right For Me?

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Are you interested in helping out society and having all the latest technology at your disposal? If so an engineering job could be your thing. It is hard to define what an engineering job involves as the idea of what engineers do has expanded so much over time. In essence to be an engineer is to create things to the ... Read More »

T Levels The Sainsbury Report and Post-16 Skills Plan

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In 2016 Government published plans for all young people be given two choices at 16, A-levels (the academic route) – followed by higher education (an undergraduate degree) and then skilled employment, or T levels (the technical route) – either an apprenticeship or college-based programme of technical education followed by higher level apprenticeship or higher technical study and then skilled employment. ... Read More »

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