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Synonyms for apprentice

works for an expert to learn a trade

be or work as an apprentice

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These figures firmly underline how important apprenticeships are to the strength of the UK workforce, and belie the misconception that they are something from a bygone age, and waned with the contraction of some of our nation's more traditional industries.
Led by employers and representatives from industry bodies across a range of sectors, the SAAB provides employer leadership and contribution to the development of apprenticeships in Scotland, ensuring they are aligned with industry and economic need, fair work and job opportunities.
If you are interested in becoming an apprentice, or employing one, Apprenticeships at Salford City College can help, call 0161 631 5555.
Latest regional figures show that in addition to the current 2900 Modern Apprentices in North Lanarkshire, opportunities for young people and employers in the region to participate in apprenticeships are growing.
Employability Minister Jamie Hepburn said: This Government has substantially increased the number of new apprenticeships in Scotland from around 10,500 in 2008 to 28,000 in 2018-19 and we remain on track to achieve 30,000 new apprenticeship starts by 2020.
COVENTRY University Group is set to support businesses nationwide after being given the green light to deliver apprenticeships.
TEESSIDE University is now offering Higher and Degree Apprenticeships which allow businesses to jointly design qualifications and apprenticeship standards which they know will meet their requirements by developing the right skills for employees.
He recently gave evidence to the inquiry into apprenticeships being held by the House of Commons sub-committee on education, skills and the economy.
This grant will help increase the number of employers providing apprenticeships," said Elizabeth Smith, assistant director of L&I's Fraud Prevention & Labor Standards, which oversees the agency's Apprenticeship Program.
MODERN Apprenticeships are more popular than ever before, with thousands of young people across the country currently working, learning and earning.
THE number of apprenticeships in Birmingham has jumped by almost a quarter, Government data shows.
THE PORTAKBIN GROUP reports it has won three awards for its outstanding work with apprenticeships--two National Apprenticeship Awards for Yorkshire and the Humber, and Large Employer of the Year at the York Apprenticeship Awards.
You can also achieve soughtafter qualifications - apprenticeships are the gold standard for work-based learning.
APPRENTICESHIPS in Wales generate more than PS1 billion a year for the country's economy and represent excellent value for money for Welsh Government investment, reveals an important new report.