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Scotland’s electrical training body has saluted an “excellent” start to the academic year after the number of electrical apprentices and adult trainees beginning their studies reached a 12-year high. More than 800 new learners have enrolled on the Electrical Apprenticeship and Adul

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The Scottish Electrical Charitable Training Trust (SECTT) marked its recent AGM last month with a new team at the top and a ringing affirmation of the vital importance of apprenticeships to the future of the electrical contracting industry in Scotland. The annual meeting of the proactive training pr

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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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Access to Scottish Government Apprenticeship Employer Grants for companies in the electrical sector is to be discussed at ministerial level following an intervention by the industry’s training specialist. The Scottish Electrical Charitable Training Trust (SECTT) is due to meet Jamie Hepburn MS

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Electrical apprentices and trainees across Scotland have been thrown a digital lifeline after being loaned computers that will allow them to continue their studies remotely. Laptops are currently being distributed to apprentices across Scotland by the Scottish Electrical Charitable Training Trust (S

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As the construction industry gets ready to return to work, the Scottish Electrical Charitable Training Trust (SECTT) and Scottish Joint Industry Board (SJIB) have stressed the importance of preparing the next generation of electricians through the Pre-apprenticeship Programme. Since its launch in 20

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The Scottish Electrical Charitable Training Trust (SECTT) has reassured the industry that electrical apprenticeships and training are in safe hands following the introduction of a range of emergency measures during the COVID-19 pandemic. As well as offering ongoing help and guidance to all apprentic

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