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News: Apprenticeships in STEM are a fantastic way to kick-start your career!

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As part of British Science Week we are drawing attention to the vast range if opportunities we have in the STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths) fields and how those looking to work in one of these areas can kick-start their careers with us.

Did you know STEM careers are on the rise because there is an increased need for scientific skills to support the UK’s future growth? An apprenticeship can offer a fast-track route into these sectors and gives you the opportunity to earn whilst you learn. You could be one application away from starting your dream job!

We work with some of the leading names in the industry and offer a huge range of apprenticeships all year round. 

From science laboratory technicians and dental assistants to civil engineers and pharmaceutical services, we currently have over 20 live vacancies with the STEM industries! Find out more about them here.

What’s it like working as an apprentice?

Hear from Liam, an engineering apprentice at Boots UK.

Are you an employer in the STEM industries looking to up-skill you workforce or recruit new talent?

We offer a comprehensive range of business solutions to help you realise your workforce potential. Whether you are looking to recruit apprentices, train your existing staff or address any skills gaps; we can work with you to develop what you need.

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  • 16th March 2022 (11:32 AM)
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