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Would you like to work towards a qualification in Business Administration and then go on to build a career in Insurance Underwriting? Premier Commercial Ltd, an Insurance Underwriting Agency based at the west end of Edinburgh, are offering a Modern Apprenticeship as an Insurance Administration Assistant. Closing Date: Sunday 30 April.
GTG is a leading training provider offering a large and varied portfolio of apprenticeship programmes including automotive, logistics and business skills. All of our apprenticeships are classed as full time employment so you will be earning a wage whilst gaining a qualification. We currently have a Modern Apprenticeship opportunity for a young person to join our team and work towards becoming a Light Vehicle Technician. Closing date: Sunday 30 April.
GTG is a leading training provider offering a large and varied portfolio of apprenticeship programmes including automotive, logistics and business skills. All of our apprenticeships are classed as full time employment so you will be earning a wage whilst gaining a qualification. Do you have an interest in working in a garage environment and learning to be a Parts Advisor? Read on to find out more. Closing date: Sunday 30 April.
Arnold Clark are pleased to invite you to join them at their Celebrate Women in Automotive Event, at GTG Training and Conference Centre in Edinburgh on Thursday 27 April 2017. This will be open to all females that have achieved or working towards their National 4 or above in Maths, English and either a Science or a Technical subject in Scotland.
On 16 June 2016 Edinburgh Project SEARCH interns celebrated successfully graduating from the programme. The event was held at Surgeons' Hall King Khalid Building and was attended by 150 people who had been involved in the programme over the course of the year. The interns were presented with certificates of achievement from Annette Bruton, Edinburgh College Principal; Alan Boyter, Director of Human Resources and Organisational Development, NHS Lothian and Andrew Kerr, Chief Executive of the City of Edinburgh Council.
Marketplace was created to improve engagement between employers and education after the Commission for Developing Scotland's Young Workforce identified the need to help young people have greater awareness of the career options open to them. A pilot scheme took place in Edinburgh through the Edinburgh Guarantee where the concept proved extremely successful...