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Happy New Year! As we welcome in a new year, one of your resolutions may be to focus on your future and career. We have collected together a list of

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If you have a passion for PE, bundles of energy and enjoy keeping active at school, then a career using your strength, agility and competitive spirit could be the option

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The fashion industry is constantly changing and evolving, so you’ll have to let your creative juices flow to succeed in this field, and don’t be scared to show your unique

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JTL, a national training provider for electrical and plumbing and heating apprenticeships, has recently announced its new partnership with Vision West Nottinghamshire College. The partnership, which will focus on the

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Padstow-based Chef, Paul Ainsworth is on the hunt for eight new apprentices with an appetite for success to join his collection of award-winning Cornish restaurants including Paul Ainsworth At No6,

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As a health play specialist, you’ll provide therapeutic play for sick children, young people, carers and families of all ages, to help them understand their medical condition, treatment and its

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If your favourite subject at school is art, there are a number of apprenticeships that link to your interests and creative talents. The arts sector has opportunities for both practical

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Mercuri International have a passion for celebrating their apprentices. Each quarter they select two apprentices to become Mercuri Ambassadors. The apprentices will have demonstrated one or more of the following attributes:

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The apprenticeship levy is a form of tax that helps fund work-based training. A recent change means large businesses will soon be able to share more of what they haven’t

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Rheanna Quinn is in her second year of a level 2 horticultural apprentice at The Royal Horticultural Society Gardens Harlow Carr RHS Gardens Harlow Carr has given me an experience

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