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The number of building apprentices registered in Scotland rose by 6% to 1,778 last year according to new figures from the Scottish Building Apprenticeship and Training Council (SBATC), the body responsible for registering construction apprentices throughout Scotland. Published to coincide with this

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The number of building apprentices registered in Scotland rose by 8 per cent to 1,683 last year, according to new figures by the Scottish Building Apprenticeship and Training Council (SBATC). Released to coinciding with the start of Scottish Apprenticeship Week 2016, the 2015 registration figure is

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Shaun Kennedy second from left with employer Mactaggart & Mickel Construction employers have until 23rd October to submit nominations for the 2015 SBATC Apprenticeship Awards, incorporating the James Birnie Award for Craft Excellence.

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Forster Roofing has launched its own in-house Skills Academy to train the next generation and directly tackle the challenge faced by the construction industry’s skills shortage. The roofing and roof-integrated solar contractor, which is responsible for roofing one in five of Scotland’s new homes

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A rise in Scottish building apprentice numbers has prompted the industry training body to call on more people to consider a career in construction. New figures have been released by the Scottish Building Apprenticeship and Training Council (SBATC), the body responsible for registering all apprentice

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(L-R) Construction Specialist Apprentice of the Year Craig McVeagh; Adult Apprentice of the Year Daniel Deavy; SBATC Apprentice of the Year and winner of the James Birnie Award for Craft Excellence Shaun Kennedy; Civil Engineering Apprentice of the Year Sean Melville A 19-year-old carpentry and join

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