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A leading engineering business has taken on 28 apprentices in just two years – all from the same school. Hull-based Spencer Group hired 14 apprentices two years ago, with the

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Manufacturer SevenHills Fabrication has launched a new in-house apprenticeship scheme with Sheffield’s Westfield School and Rotherham College. The Sheffield-based company, which is part of Steetley Corner Group, provides fabrication, laser

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SAC(T) Allan McClurg is an aircraft avionics technician currently stationed at RAF Lossiemouth on 6 Sqn, working with Typhoon aircraft. He was among the winners at the 2020 RAF National

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Harriet’s apprenticeship took her from engineering novice to trained vehicle mechanic   Are you craving a new adventure? Not sure what to do next? You’re not alone. When Harriet finished

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Kirbi Taylor, an apprentice service engineer at Nikken Kosakusho Europe, took the apprenticeship route into engineering and talks about the opportunities that an organisation such as the AMRC Training Centre

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As a science industry maintenance technician at AstraZeneca, apprentice Thomas Crewe, 21, works behind the scenes to keep the manufacturing plants running   How long have you worked for AstraZeneca?

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Assembly efficiencies made by a ‘remarkable’ design engineer during his apprenticeship are now saving his employer £50,000-a-year and slashing product build time by more than 60%, from 3.5 hours down

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Despite the impact of coronavirus (Covid-19) on jobs and the prospects of young people in particular, BAE Systems has exciting news to share that should reassure you that there will

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An apprenticeship is a fantastic way to kick start your career in civil engineering, combining learning while working and earning What is civil engineering? Civil engineering is everything you see

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Two University of Exeter degree apprentices have been nominated for the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) South West Apprentice of the Year award. Nominees Molly Drinkald and Anna Gates study

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