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JTL announces its Apprentices of the Year for 2020
JTL, the leading national training provider for electrical and heating & plumbing apprenticeships, has named the three winners of its annual National Apprentice of the Year Awards for 2020; Ellen Lodge (nee O’Connor) (left), Arnie Humphreys (right) and Callan Baker (centre). After being crowned winners at JTL’s Regional Awards in March last year, Ellen, Arnie and Callan automatically qualified for the National Apprentice of the Year 2020 Awards, competing against…
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Electrical Careers – Eden Banks, Apprentice
This National Apprenticeship Week (8-14 February), The Electrotechnical Skills Partnership (TESP) is sharing some fantastic apprenticeship case studies.Watch below to find out how Eden Banks, from the Kier Group, got into the industry, what she enjoys about her apprenticeship and her positive experiences of being a female apprentice in a male-dominated industry. You can find more case studies and careers information on the Electrical Careers website:
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Be part of the bigger picture… with a JTL apprenticeship
This National Apprenticeship Week, JTL apprentices share their experience of their apprenticeship, and how it has benefited them in the hope to help inspire other young people to take the apprenticeship route. Many people don’t know about the benefits of earning whilst you learn, so what could be better than hearing from apprentices themselves…?
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NAW2021: One in five tradespeople consider apprentices more important than ever despite Covid-19 decline
– Over a fifth of companies that regularly hire apprentices took on fewer in 2020 – A quarter of tradespeople and companies plan on hiring new apprentices in 2021 – Percentage of female, BAME and apprentices with learning difficulties continues to grow year on year– IronmongeryDirect launch competition to win £5,000 towards funding an apprentice  A third of companies and tradespeople (31%)1 who regularly hire apprentices feel that the program has been made harder due to…