cadetship


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the position of cadet

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Logistics specialist AV Dawson, which is heavily involved in the cadetship, said this would only happen if there was greater awareness of what the industry had to offer.
What's more, Connor is following in the footsteps of his elder brother Jordan, 21, who started the UKSA cadetship in 2010 and has since worked extensively all over Europe on four superyachts as part of the course.
From 1938, the two years of this cadetship, which had previously counted as full, would only count as half the necessary qualifying component.
A year at college in Cork followed for the 17-yearold Coleman, but while his mother favoured a 'safe' job like banking or insurance, Coleman instead applied for a cadetship in the army in 1952.
Inglis was turned down for a cadetship at the Age when he was 16, but won a scholarship to Melbourne University.
(11) Certainly, although dedicated to the continuance of Scottish linguistic and cultural traditions, (12) Hamilton nonetheless professed a sense of kinship with the Irish, whom she regarded as "more liberal" and "more pleasing" than the Scots and whom she insisted upon referring to as "our country people." (13) Most significantly, despite growing up separately, she maintained a close and continuing relationship with her elder brother, who remained in Ireland until the age of 24 when he obtained a cadetship with the East India Company in Bengal.
(21) At age 17, she lined up her "dream job": a cadetship at the Warracknabeal newspaper.
Minister Shatter said: "In the past 12 months three recruitment advertisements have been placed in newspapers in respect of officer cadetship competitions and medical officer competitions for the Defence Forces at a cost of EUR60,314.
In 1896 Louisa left them both and accepted a cadetship with the Treasury.
The BIHECC report was followed by equivalently direct statements made by the sector's peak body Universities Australia (2008), which called upon the Commonwealth government and employers to fund a national cadetship program in which the provision of work-integrated learning was inherent.
Captain Saif Al Muhairi, the second UAE national to advance through the company's successful Cadetship Programme to become a Master Mariner, took full command of the LNG vessel Mubaraz as she sailed from Das Island to Higashi Terminal, Tokyo, according to the company's Press release.
APM Terminals Bahrain operations department employees Maitham Mansoor Ahmed, 32 and Abdul Aziz Yaqoob Almahmeed, 35, are now on board United Arab Shipping Company (UASC) vessels MV Al Wajbah and MV Al Ihsaa for a year-long cadetship.