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Mercuri International’s Women In Sales webinar will look at how the sales executive apprenticeship might just be the catalyst to help make a step change within the sales profession Sales apprentices Lynn Siggins from Rockwell Automation and Chaninah Dzialoszynski from BSI are taking part in Mercuri International’s Women In Sales webinar tomorrow. Lynn and Chaninah will join Hannah Saddington from Hewlett Packard Enterprise and Julie Nicholson from CCS Media, along with Mercuri’s Barry Hilton, at 9am for the 35-minute webinar,

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The role of sustainability business specialist has an environmental focus but is actually found in a number of sectors, including food production, chemical production, construction and retail Apprenticeships in England are constantly being added and revamped, to better serve your needs as a prospective employee, and employers that require highly trained and competent professionals to succeed as businesses. Each month, we highlight a new apprenticeship on offer and dive into why it could be the top choice for you. Today,

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Civil engineering, the discipline that deals with the design, construction, and maintenance of the built environment, is the focus of an free ICE webinar on 19 November The Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) is holding a free webinar on 19 November to highlight what it is like to be a civil engineering apprentice. The webinar is part of the ICE Inspiration Series, a complete online careers programme for students and educational establishments that want to explore the rewarding and diverse

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An apprenticeship need not be your first stop after education. Have you considered doing a T-level, traineeship or internship to prepare you for work-based training? For those of you embarking on your GSCEs in Year 10 and Year 11, it may be time to start thinking about what you’ll be doing once you have finished school. If A-levels aren’t for you and you are keen to get into the workplace straight away but don’t quite feel any of the apprenticeships

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Congratulations to apprentices on the Truro and Penwith College business administration and team leader supervisor apprenticeships, who have all achieved distinction grades, the highest grade possible The 20 apprentices, who work in businesses across Cornwall, are the first to remotely take part in their awarding body’s end point assessments (EPAs), since moving to online learning amid the Covid-19 pandemic. Outstanding levels of support from tutors, employers, Truro and Penwith College’s remote learning model and its Connected College initiative have culminated

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Ever wanted to become a police officer? The next recruitment round for budding officers to join West Yorkshire Police’s police constable degree apprenticeship scheme opens on 27 July The starting salary for trainee officers is £20,879, which will increase to a minimum of £26,371 after the three-year training has been completed. Find out how to apply here. As part of their three-year training programme, apprentices will focus on areas such as being a detective, working within the roads policing unit

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Assembly efficiencies made by a ‘remarkable’ design engineer during his apprenticeship are now saving his employer £50,000-a-year and slashing product build time by more than 60%, from 3.5 hours down to just one hour Design engineer Niall Dawson works at Sheffield-based Pryor Marking Technology, which was established in 1849 and is a world leader for design and manufacture of intelligent marking, identification and code reading solutions. The 21-year-old completed a technical support apprenticeship with the University of Sheffield AMRC Training

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Aston University’s supply chain management (professional practice) degree apprenticeship is the perfect opportunity for young people who are looking to make a real difference in an industry that propels our economy and has been integral to keeping the world moving during a pandemic Coronavirus (Covid-19) has challenged businesses all over the world. It has tested our ability to adapt, and adapt quickly. Supply chains are what propel our economy and enable us to easily carry out our lives, and the

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Students who would like to hone their employability skills do so through the new Virtual Classroom programme from professional services firm PwC kicking off on 1 July PwC’s Virtual Classroom, open to students in England between years 10 and 13, years 11 to 14 in Northern Ireland and S3 to S6 in Scotland, combines both live and pre-recorded sessions that will provide you with an insight into PwC and an opportunity to develop your employability skills. You’ll also have the

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Congratulations to Jason Bennellick, the first student across the whole of the UK to complete the new craft bakery qualification with flying colours Cornwall, already an epicentre for the UK’s artisan food and drink industry, has another rising bakery star thanks to Prima Bakeries in Scorrier, Truro & Penwith College and Jason, a young, keen apprentice.  Jason, who joined Prima Bakeries as a general production assistant two years ago, now has an opportunity to join the illustrious list of craft

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