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10 Employability Skills That You Need To Succeed

 The following 10 employability skills are all skills that employers want you to have. These 10 employability skills will also help you do your job well, no matter what that job is. Communication skills You need the ability to explain yourself clearly, to listen, and to relate well to other people. Good communication helps people understand what you want or ... Read More »

Interview With The Degree Apprentice James Jones

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We asked degree apprentice James Jones how he feels about his achievement. James Jones, aged 25, from Bridgnorth, Shropshire has also just graduated with a Degree in Digital and Tech Solutions on completing his apprenticeship. It feels pretty good and a bit strange because nobody has done it before – Graduation Day was a great day, with the gowns and ... Read More »

First Class Degree Apprentice

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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

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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 »

An apprenticeship? Seriously?

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Research carried out in the last month suggests that very few students are being advised that an apprenticeship is a valid option when they leave school. In a recent YouGov survey commissioned by leading work-based learning specialist JTL and two of its partners, less than 1 in 12 students reported that they had been advised to consider a work-based apprenticeship ... Read More »

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