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Apprenticeships: receiving the recognition they deserve

11/03/2015 by Caroline Turner in  Apprenticeships  |   0 comments

Well aren’t apprenticeships flavour of the month at the moment? Finally people seem to have recognised the value and relevance of these vocational education routes and how they can help individuals and businesses to grow and develop.

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Nicol Dower: An Apprentice Down Under: Part One

25/02/2015 by Nicol Dower in  Apprenticeships  |   0 comments

G’day everyone! My name is Nicol, and I’m a fully qualified electrician. I completed a JTL apprenticeship a couple of years ago, and was also one of the charity’s female Ambassadors. And now, I’m on the other side of the world living and working in Australia!

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Asbestos: the myths and facts

18/02/2015 by Steve Smith in  Health and Safety  |   1 comment

Asbestos is still found in many buildings today, and many people fail to realise just how recently it was still regularly used in the building and construction industry. When left undisturbed, it is perfectly safe, but once disturbed, can be a killer.

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Skills gap brings new respect for apprenticeships

11/02/2015 by JTL in  Apprenticeships  |   0 comments

Things have changed in the last few years. There are loads of opportunities out there now for young people wanting to pursue a career in building services as, say, a plumber or an electrician.

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