apprentice


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Synonyms for apprentice

Synonyms for apprentice

works for an expert to learn a trade

be or work as an apprentice

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Member for Maryborough Bruce Saunders commended the six Ergon Energy apprentices, two from Maryborough and two from Hervey Bay, on their career choice and commitment to the community.
The TUC said around one in seven apprentices under the age of 19 and those in the first year of their training were not being paid the PS3.
One leading apprentice contacted the Racing Post yesterday to agree with the allegations made in Mottershead's column and echoed his call for significant changes to be made.
What happens if my apprentice leaves before the end of the apprenticeship?
The 22-year-old said: "It's such an honour to be invited to No 10 to talk to David Cameron about my experiences as an apprentice and how together we can inspire young people to see apprenticeships as a great route to their future career.
Mitchell, who joined the council in 2012 as an apprentice construction technician, has also won a clutch of other awards in just over 12 months - at the council and New College Durham where he is studying.
He said: '"As an apprentice with AAA Roofing, I am learning different aspects of the job from a really experienced team.
Apprentice affiliate membership is the first step of the journey for apprentices aiming to become professionally registered.
Debbie Evans from Llandudno, one of nine winners from a range of programme areas, was presented with the evening's most prestigious award, Apprentice of the Year 2014, and a cheque for PS200, by Jackie Doodson, Principal of Coleg Llandrillo.
Two new films, 'How to hire an apprentice' and 'Why hire an apprentice', have been launched on apprentice.
Skills Development Scotland came under fire yesterday for scrapping their Safeguard an Apprentice scheme, which paid firms pounds 75 a week to help secure trainees' jobs.
More importantly, the method for determining the apprentice award wage in most cases does not take into account age or level of schooling, even though apprentices are increasingly older and are more likely to have completed Year 12.
Apprentice carpenter James Bannister with his mentor Lester Parry, Monmouthshire Housing Association's Operations Manager
Frances Maclean, Apprentice Co-ordinator at Newport City Homes, with apprentice Joshua Downing ?
APPRENTICE boss Lord Sugar branded TV property expert Kirstie Allsop "a lying cow" in an astonishing online row yesterday.