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Aidan’s building a great career through an architecture apprenticeship

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It’s National Apprenticeship Week and one of this year’s hot topics is degree apprenticeships. We talked to Aidan Scott who’s currently on the degree apprenticeship programme with Gradon Architecture, where he shares his passion about design with the NE40 Studio …

Mineral Processing Mobile and Static Plant Operator apprenticeship

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An apprentice Mineral Processing Mobile and Static Plant Operator crouching down with colleague next to mobile heavy plant vehicle

A few years ago Hills Quarry Products started a campaign to recruit apprentice joining forces with other quarrying companies and the national Mineral Products Association to highlight employment and career opportunities available within industry. This evolved into the creation of …

Trailblazing the new food and drink Apprenticeship Standards

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Julie Harris, Apprenticeship and Graduate Manager for Premier Foods, oversees the Level 2 Food Operator and Level 3 Advanced Food Operator Apprenticeship Standards. Establishing a clear career path for new entrants Throughout our industry, it was widely recognised that there …

The Institute talks quality assurance in apprenticeships

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  The introduction of End-Point Assessments (EPA), the ‘exam’ taken by apprentices at the end of their training, is arguably the single most important change to apprenticeships since the Richard Review. It is therefore important to ensure that the EPA …