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Global food company announces new apprenticeship scheme

A new engineering and manufacturing apprenticeship scheme has been announced by the Weetabix Food Company.

The scheme is aimed at attracting college students to improve their skills and give them valuable experience within the engineering and manufacturing sectors. read more...


Degree apprenticeships given extension after success

Accenture’s partnership with the University of Sunderland was so successful after the first year that it is being extended. read more...


Sky bet invests £1.5million in graduate academy to retain talent

Sky Betting & Gaming (SB&G) has announced that its graduate software academy is taking on applications for this summer after a £1.5 million investment. read more...


Award-winning graduate partnership helps local businesses

Businesses are bringing in graduates to help complete special projects as part of a partnership with Staffordshire University. read more...


Apprenticeships are integral to closing UK skills gap

Britain’s workers believe that apprenticeships are integral to closing the UK’s skills gap, according to research by CV-Library. read more...


Digital skills gap to be tackled with 1,000 IT Internships

UK graduates could soon have the opportunity to work in India as part of a £9 billion deal between the two countries. read more...


Talent programme launched for games development graduates

The UK Government has launched a Tranzfuser programme to provide games graduates with up to £30,000 to create a title. read more...


John Lewis launches IT apprenticeships to boost digital skills

John Lewis is going to provide students with on-the-job training in the company’s IT department through a four-year IT degree apprenticeship. read more...


RSK Group announces graduate programme expansion

RSK Group has announced plans to expand its graduate programme for this year and beyond. read more...


Fine Tubes partners with Plymouth University

Fine Tubes is partnering with Plymouth Electron Microscopy Centre (PEMC) at Plymouth University to investigate new ways of producing aerospace components. read more...

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