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Apprentices revealed as secret weapon to help UK business tackle staff turnover
  New research has revealed that apprentices could hold the key to tackling a £2... read more ›
EE on course for more than 1,300 apprentices
Mobile phone company EE has announced it will be recruiting over 250 apprentices in 2015, which will bring the total number of people recruited through its scheme to over one thousand and put EE on target to reach its pledge to hire 1,300 apprentices... read more ›
Ministry of Sound launch internship scheme
Free entry to the super club, DJ masterclasses and earning the London Living Wage at £9... read more ›
Barclays launch over 50s apprenticeship scheme
Barclays is to launch a new apprenticeship scheme for over 50s, offering older workers the chance to start a new career in banking... read more ›
Government quadruples Civil Service apprenticeships
The Government has nearly quadrupled the number of Civil Service apprenticeships available to young people across the UK, with applications for 750 places opening this week... read more ›
BAE Systems to hire record number of apprentices
British defence heavyweights BAE Systems has revealed plans to hire a record number of apprentices across all its UK sites... read more ›
National Insurance scrapped for apprentices
Employers who take on apprentices will no longer have to pay national insurance, Chancellor George Osborne announced during his Autumn Statement... read more ›
Autumn Statement 2014: boost for apprenticeships, pensions and employee benefits
The Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne gave his annual Autumn Statement... read more ›
CBSbutler & learndirect team up for new recruitment apprenticeships
Technical recruiter CBSbutler has partnered up with learndirect, the UK’s largest provider of online skills and qualifications... read more ›
'Get In, Go Far' gives apprentices the respect they deserve
A new Government campaign aims to give apprenticeships the credit they deserve – by placing them on equal footing with university degrees... read more ›
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