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How IfATE is supporting the Government’s climate change agenda

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two wind farm engineers using a builder's level to plan out the expansion of the wind farm site. they are wearing orange high visibility jackets and blue hard hats. One is male , one is female. In the foreground the female is looking through the level whilst the male engineer is approaching .In the background wind turbines can be seen across the landscape.

Technical education and apprenticeships are important in both retraining the current workforce and equipping young people with the skills required for the transition to net zero. We’ve been working hard to support the Government’s climate change agenda. We already have …

The Institute talks...about apprenticeships in construction and the built environment

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You can listen and subscribe to The Institute talks podcast on Amazon Music, Apple podcast, Spotify and all other major podcast platforms. You can read transcripts for this podcast episode on Podbean. In this episode of The Institute talks, we talk about the exciting …

The Institute talks...about becoming a paramedic apprentice

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You can subscribe to The Institute talks podcast on Amazon Music, Apple podcast, Spotify and all other major podcast platforms. You can read transcripts for this podcast episode on Podbean. In this episode of The Institute talks, we talk about the invaluable experience gained through …

My apprenticeship helped me find what I want to do for the rest of my life

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Saskia is a level 3 advanced engineering apprentice and a new member of the Institute’s apprentice panel, whose role is to ensure that the views of apprentices are represented across the work and governance of the Institute.    Read on to …