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Call for Apprenticeship Proposals open until 1st September 2017

 

The Minister for Education and Skills, Mr Richard Bruton TD and the Minister of State for Skills, Research and Innovation, Mr John Halligan TD recently welcomed the opening of the Apprenticeship Council’s second call for new apprenticeship proposals.

 

The Department are calling on employers to come forward with apprenticeship proposals. For companies, the skills that will be learned by these apprentices will be invaluable to their future growth plans. They will help exporting companies based in Ireland to scale their business, to grow their exports and to take advantage of the opportunities offered by a global economy. For the apprentice, they will be embedded in enterprises and will get the chance to learn skills and get hands on experience. It will give young people the opportunity to acquire applied, technical skills within a variety of sectors, and provide a very practical grounding which will stand to them as they move through their career and take advantage of promotional opportunities.

 

13 further new programmes will get under way this year in various sectors such as medical devices, polymer processing, culinary and financial services.  The second call, announced last week, will call for more apprenticeship proposals. The closing date for new Apprenticeship Proposals is 1st September 2017.

 

See www.apprenticeship.ie for further details. 

 

 

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