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Most Popular Apprenticeships In England Last Year

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What were the most popular apprenticeships in England last year, where were they and who did them? The greatest number of people who started an apprenticeship in 2015 / 16 was in the North West of England, where there were 80,820  apprentice starts. This amounts to 16 per cent of the total starts for the year. Obviously the North West ... Read More »

Degree Apprenticeships – How Do They Work?

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You go to school, you do your GCSEs, you move on to a vocational course like an NVQ or BTEC, an apprenticeship or A-levels and then what? What choices do you have post Level 3 study? The answer is a lot – especially now those choices include degree apprenticeships. What can you do a degree apprenticeship in? These are some of ... Read More »

Apprentice of the Year

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We interviewed the 2016 Apprentice of the Year Award winners fresh from the podium and asked them about their experiences. Allow us to introduce you to the Apprentice of the Year Award winners – three young people who want to tell you about their experience of apprenticeships. Charlotte is the winner of the Intermediate Apprentice of the Year Award. She ... Read More »

Celebrate National Apprenticeship Week 2017 With Us

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National Apprenticeship Week kicks off on Monday and it’s the tenth anniversary of the week-long celebration so let’s take a look at apprenticeships. For some young people what an apprenticeship is sadly remains a bit of a mystery – in short, it’s a job with training and sometimes a qualification attached to it.  You find out in detail what an ... Read More »

Gas Engineering Apprenticeship

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Gas engineers are responsible for the installation, repair and ongoing service of gas appliances. Student writer Luke takes a look at the Gas Engineer Apprenticeship for us. Gas engineers can work with a number of appliances including central heating boilers, cookers, unvented hot water storage, alternative fuel, meters and boosters, and testing and purging for industrial pipework. What you’ll learn ... Read More »

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