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British Gas have announced 200 new apprenticeships.
The apprentices, who will graduate to jobs installing, servicing and repairing energy efficient boilers and central heating systems in homes across the UK, will benefit from two years of tr
A new film from The National Apprenticeship Service sheds light on what you can get out of an apprenticeship in the financial sector.
In the film, four former and current apprentices working in different roles across the sector recount t
Apprenticeship schemes need to challenge the perception that they are a weaker option than university education, after a survey of parents found that less than a fifth believe that an apprenticeship has the same status as a university degree.
As the latest NEET figures reveal numbers are still at a record high, a new study highlights the role apprenticeships play in getting school and college leavers into work
Just under a million 16 to 24 year olds are currently unemployed in the UK.
The National Apprenticeship Service has today launched a new film to encourage more young people to explore the wide range of Apprenticeship opportunities available in manufacturing and engineering. In the film, four former and current apprentices wo
Graduate vacancies are set to rise by 9% in 2013 and the average graduate salary will grow to £26,500, according to a new winter report by the Association of Graduate Recruiters (AGR) released today.
The mean number of vacancies per employer wil
A new film has been launched this week by the National Apprenticeship Service to encourage more young people to take up an Apprenticeship in the creative sector.
The film features four young people working in different creative industries who s
Following a successful year for its apprenticeship programme, Unilever UK & Ireland has been recognised for the first time in the Top 100 Apprenticeship Employers list, announced at the National Apprenticeship Awards at The Skills Show in Birming
UNESCO’s tenth Education for All Global Monitoring Report shows that young female apprentices earn a fifth less than their male counterparts.
Aside from pay, the report suggests that discrimination is also prevalent in the labour market with j
Hotel chain, Travelodge, have announced that this spring, the company will be looking for a further 40 apprentices to join their Junior Management Programme (JuMP).
JuMP provides A-Level students an alternative route into education, where they wil