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Next year’s National Apprenticeship Week will run from 14 to 18 March 2016.  Co-ordinated by the Skills Funding Agency, employers, apprentices, business support organisations, colleges & training organisations and schools across the country will be encouraged to support the week by hosting activities to showcase the achievements & benefits of apprenticeships.
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Skills Funding Agency:  National Apprenticeship Week 2016 dates announced

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Most jobs DON’T & WON'T require a Degree, but they will be 'backed' by qualifications

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