1) Overcome fear of treadmill, 2) no more cheeky Nandos 3) increase gym time from 5 to 30 mins… Sound familiar? How about a resolution list you can actually stick to this New Year? With our help, it’ll be the one you benefit from the most as an apprenticeship could bring you financial freedom, an end to exam stress and a long-term career.
An apprenticeship counts as being in full-time education so you can start one from the age of 16. It will enable you to earn money while you learn (with no exams) and you’ll be taught the skills that matter to progress your career as far as your heart desires.
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What you’ll need to sign up!
1.You need to be an Apprentice
You need to be an apprentice. If you are not sure whether you can apply for an Apprentice extra card, the Nus site to make sure you are eligible.
2.Have a unique email address
You will need to have access to an email address that only you can access. You will use this email address to log into the site and to manage your card.
3.Have a webcam or recent photo of yourself
You will need to have a recent photo that you can upload or use a webcam to take a head and shoulders photograph.
4.Have your payment ready
Nus accept most credit and debit cards – and they don’t charge any transaction fees. The card costs £11.00.
if your provider is not listed when asked, You can select Apprenticeships in Scotland and receive your card.
Head over and sign up now – http://www.apprenticeextra.co.uk/buy-now.aspx
Scotland’s first ever Year of Young People is happening in 2018. The Year will inspire all ages through young people (8-26) by celebrating their achievements, valuing their contributions to communities and creating opportunities for them to shine on a local and global stage.
An in-depth planning process happened in 2015 and since then, young people have been at the heart of designing, developing and deciding what shape the Year should take. The Scottish Government is working with a group of delivery partners – VisitScotland and EventScotland, are developing a national programme of celebratory events which all ages can enjoy.
Creative Scotland will inspire young people to participate in the arts. And youth partners -Young Scot, Children in Scotland, Scottish Youth Parliament, YouthLink Scotland – are leading on youth engagement and ensuring young people’s views are heard and acted upon.
So far over 200 YoYP 2018 Ambassadors have been recruited and represent every local authority in Scotland. Their role is to promote the year-long activity, challenge negative stereotypes and champion the six key themes which young people decided upon – Participation, Education, Equality and Discrimination, Enterprise and Regeneration and Culture.
The celebration begins on 1 January 2018.
Find out more: yoyp2018.scot
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An apprenticeship in the RAF offers you the chance to gain a UK-recognised trade qualification as part of a challenging and unique career that could take around the world.
As a Cyberspace Communications Specialist you’ll get paid and trained to maintain and build the RAF’s cyber network. Learn radar, information and cutting-edge global communication systems.
- Manage equipment like tactical satellite systems and airfield radars globally.
- Support RAF all personnel with dedicated communication cyber networks.
- Set up vital communication and control systems for operations and exercises.
- Provide Mission Support System Capabilities to next generation aircraft such as Typhoon and Lightening 2.
An apprenticeship in the RAF offers you the chance to get paid and gain a UK-recognised trade qualification as part of a challenging and unique career. Not only will you gain a civilian recognised professional qualification, but upon completion you’ll also have a guaranteed job in your chosen field and have the opportunity to travel the world and work in close proximity to all our aircraft.
- RAF apprentice earns £14,931+ Per annum/pa from day one, going higher once they progress into their phase two training, while the minimum a Civilian apprentice earns is £7,280 annum/pa from day one
- Currently there are 22 different roles for apprentices from drivers and caterers to cyber intelligence and avionic engineering.
What can I expect from an ECITB Apprenticeship?
Deciding to become a part of engineering construction by way of an ECITB Apprenticeship offers you a future full of choices and opportunities. Making this decision means you may have the chance to travel the world – if that is what you want. Alternatively you can play a key role in developing the UK.
The work is exciting, well paid and well respected and no two days are ever the same. As an ECITB Apprentice you’ll be paid while you develop the necessary skills, processes and techniques at a training provider and learn the associated theory at college. After this initial period, commonly referred to as the ‘off-the-job training’ period, you’ll progress to work on real projects with your employer.
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The Life Sciences and the Related Science Industries are high-tech, innovative and highly diverse, spanning pharmaceuticals, medical technology, biotechnology, and industrial biotechnology and has applications across many other sectors.
More information about the industry can be found on the Cogent website and the website of Life Sciences Scotland, which represents the life sciences community in Scotland, from industry and academia to healthcare and government.
Since we first started Scottish Apprenticeship Week in 2010 – it has really taken off with national skills agency ‘Skills Development Scotland’ taking it over and providing national leadership. There are a whole series of events in each local authority area. You can find out what Scottish Apprenticeship Week events are on in your area using the links below. But make sure you don’t miss out on what’s on elsewhere. Many of the best Apprenticeships in Scotland from some of the UK’s leading employers are not part of the Scottish Government’s Modern Apprenticeship Scheme. You’ll always find the best of the rest on Apprenticeships in Scotland. Sign up to Apprenticeships in Scotland.
What’s on where?
Scottish Apprenticeships Week 2017 in Aberdeen
Scottish Apprenticeships Week 2017 in Aberdeenshire
Scottish Apprenticeships Week 2017 in Angus
Scottish Apprenticeships Week 2017 in Argyll and Bute
Scottish Apprenticeships Week 2017 in Clackmannanshire
Scottish Apprenticeships Week 2017 in Dumfries and Galloway
Scottish Apprenticeships Week 2017 in Dundee
Scottish Apprenticeships Week 2017 in East Ayrshire
Scottish Apprenticeships Week 2017 in East Dunbartonshire
Scottish Apprenticeships Week 2017 in East Lothian
Scottish Apprenticeships Week 2017 in East Renfrewshire
Scottish Apprenticeships Week 2017 in Edinburgh
Scottish Apprenticeships Week 2017 in Falkirk
Scottish Apprenticeships Week 2017 in Fife
Scottish Apprenticeships Week 2017 in Glasgow
Scottish Apprenticeships Week 2017 in Highland
Scottish Apprenticeships Week 2017 in Inverclyde
Scottish Apprenticeships Week 2017 in Midlothian
Scottish Apprenticeships Week 2017 in Moray
Scottish Apprenticeships Week 2017 in North Ayrshire
Scottish Apprenticeships Week 2017 in North Lanarkshire
Scottish Apprenticeships Week 2017 in Orkney
Scottish Apprenticeships Week 2017 in Outer Hebrides
Scottish Apprenticeships Week 2017 in Perth & Kinross
Scottish Apprenticeships Week 2017 in Renfrewshire
Scottish Apprenticeships Week 2017 in Scottish Borders
Scottish Apprenticeships Week 2017 in Shetland
Scottish Apprenticeships Week 2017 in South Ayrshire
Scottish Apprenticeships Week 2017 in South Lanarkshire
Scottish Apprenticeships Week 2017 in Stirling
Scottish Apprenticeships Week 2017 in West Dunbartonshire
Scottish Apprenticeships Week 2017 in West Lothian
Skills for Work Hospitality at National 4 (SCQF level 4) provides a broad, practical introduction to the hospitality professions.
The Course enables candidates to experience the professional kitchen and restaurant and to learn about the different roles and responsibilities in hospitality professions. It begins to develop vocational skills and knowledge.
All Units in the Course place emphasis on the employability skills and attitudes that will help to prepare candidates for the workplace. Candidates will have the opportunity to develop the skills involved in preparing, cooking, presenting and serving food and drinks. Candidates will also gain practical experience of working in a realistic working environment.