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UK Skills Shortage Occupation 15 Pharmacologist

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This is the fifteenth in a series of blogs that provide information on occupational roles that employers struggle to fill. In this article we take a look at the role of the pharmacologist. There are regional differences in the skills and occupations where employers are experiencing shortages and throughout this series we will endeavour to provide information on where the ... Read More »

20 STEM Careers

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There are so many careers available to students of STEM subjects. We’ve collected 20 STEM careers in our A – Z guide. Audiologists– screen for hearing loss, examine inner and outer ears and selects and fits hearing aids. Biology teachers – prepare and deliver lessons in biology to students who might be in secondary school, at college or at university. ... Read More »

Dental Technician Apprenticeship Leads to Science Foundation Degree

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Doing a dental technician apprenticeship could get you a Foundation Degree in Science and Dental Technology and give you the chance to work in the world of dentistry. Where fine art and science meet is where you will find the dental technician. It’s a fantastically interesting job and one which you can access through the new Level 5 Dental Technician ... Read More »

New And Unusual Apprenticeships

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There are some new and unusual apprenticeships well worth considering. Apprenticeships are nothing new. In fact they are very, very old really and have always represented a way of training up staff, let’s take a look at some of your questions about apprenticeships as well as a few of the newly approved standards. Can I still get a degree if ... Read More »

STEM careers – let’s hear it for the girls – and for the boys, too!

Lucy Collins

The WISE Young Women’s Board’s Lucy Collins wants to encourage both males and females to choose STEM careers in science, technology, engineering and maths. STEM professions No other professions contribute more to society than those within science, technology and engineering – collectively known as STEM subjects. These professions change the world. These professions shape society. Let’s take a minute to ... Read More »

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