The apprentice you're hired

It’s time to wake up to apprenticeships as a potentially important revenue stream for recruiters. Colin Cottell reports

Forget the old image of oily, grimy-fingered apprentices, learning their trades in factories and engineering works up and down the country. If demand from recruiters for placements on a new apprenticeship scheme is any...

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