Scottish Apprenticeship Week

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Mears has announced plans to take on 20 new apprentices in partnership with North Lanarkshire Council. The successful applicants will get the opportunity to start a career repairing and maintaining thousands of tenanted properties and public buildings in their home towns.

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At just 17 years old, Ryan MacIsaac already has big plans for his career. The apprentice plumber has his sights on a top job at Stewart Milne Group as he marks Scottish Apprenticeship Week (1st – 5th March, 2021). Ryan, who started his apprenticeship with the independent home builder and timbe

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Anyone looking for a satisfying career, whether a school-leaver or someone contemplating a career change, should consider the benefits of undertaking a plumbing apprenticeship, according to SNIPEF chief executive, Fiona Hodgson. To mark Scottish Apprenticeship Week, which runs from 1-5 Mar

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Minister for business, fair work and skills Jamie Hepburn has joined training providers the Scottish Electrical Charitable Training Trust (SECTT) and the Scottish Joint Industry Board (SJIB) in saluting Scotland’s employers for continuing to support young talent during COVID-19. The industry b

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Glasgow-headquartered facilities, technical and process services firm Edwin James Group is launching a programme to expand its apprenticeship scheme from 10% to 15% of the total workforce over the next two years. The move marks Scottish Apprenticeship Week and forms part of the company&rsq

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Thomas & Adamson said it has benefited greatly from the Scottish apprenticeship programme, taking on apprenticeships in a range of roles. By hosting the apprenticeship programme, the company offers apprentices guidance through their chosen university course by appointing them a dedicated me

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Montrose Port has positioned itself as an incubator for the next generation of engineering talent through apprenticeships both with the Port Authority and tenant businesses. To mark Scottish Apprenticeship Week (March 1-5 2021), Montrose Port Authority surveyed tenants to find out how many people we

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At 23 years old, Dylan Andrew is charging ahead in his career as he launches himself into the second year of his four year apprenticeship with Mears. Faced with the challenges and surprises of the past year, Dylan – of Coatbridge – has turned negatives into positives and progressed with

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To mark Scottish Apprenticeship Week 2021 (1-5 March), Glasgow-based construction firm City Building has confirmed that 60 new apprentices will be recruited as part of its annual intake this year.   As one of Scotland’s largest employers of apprentices, City Building trains more than 200

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Housing developer Campion Homes has highlighted the benefits of backing talent through apprenticeships as part of Scottish Apprenticeship Week which takes place this week. The theme this year is ‘Business Backing Talent’, showcasing the great things that happen when employers back t

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The team at integrated brickwork, scaffolding and stone sub-contractor Lee Marley Brickwork Ltd (LMB) has shown its support for Scottish Apprenticeship Week (March 1-5) adding that this year it’s more important than ever to support apprenticeships across the country. (from

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FES, the building services company who are part of the GLQ Consortium, has become the 100th business to receive the Investors in Young People (IIYP) accreditation for its commitment to employing young people. Coinciding with Scottish Apprenticeship Week (18-22 May), the organisation was presented wi

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