On Tuesday 20 November, Jamie Clarke Fibrous Plastering apprentice studying at West London Construction Academy won Apprentice of the Year Runner-up at The Plaisterers’ Company Training Awards 2018.
Two West London College students competed at the World Skills UK LIVE national finals last week. The competition took place from 15-17 November at the NEC in Birmingham and saw 85,000 visitors over three days.
What does this mean for businesses? On 29 October 2018, we saw Chancellor Philip Hammond announce a move to reduce the cost of apprenticeship training for small to medium-sized businesses. As outlined in his autumn budget, Philip Hammond has reduced
Sport generates a variety of socio-economic benefits and makes a profound and positive impact on individuals, communities and wider society. Participation in sport enhances young people’s self-esteem and greatly improves their physical health, motor skills development and performance.
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