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Ann Watson asks: Are engineering apprenticeships at risk?

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North Shields manufacturer, Formica Group has signed a deal with industrial training specialist, AIS Training to improve the safety and competency of some of its factory workers within the engineering department and boost overall performance

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Supporting the development of skills and training in logistics. By Patrick Henry

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Bosch Rexroth has unveiled its latest advanced training rigs, as part of its ongoing commitment to support the next generation of engineers. Equipped with industry-tested components, the modular complete hydraulic, pneumatic and mechatronic training rigs allow students and lecturers to recreate and model real-world applications. Additional technological enhancements that are

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Rachael Fidler discusses the advantages Apprenticeships offer businesses and explains the framework they provide for the development of staff at all levels of an organisation Regardless of the size or your organisation, or the sector you operate in, continuous improvement in efficiency, productivity and employee engagement is critical to success.

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Plans have been unveiled for UK’s first multimodal logistics training centre, called Modal Training Limited. The new £7 million centre of excellence for the ports, energy and logistics sectors is being jointly funded by the Grimsby Institute and the Humber LEP. It will be located in a 5,696 m2 fit

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World leading manufacturer of medical training products and medical devices, Laerdal Medical, expands its portfolio and looks towards its manufacturing operations in order to save lives

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