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traineeship

[trānē′ship]
Etymology: L, trahere, to draw; AS, scieppan, to shape
a grant of money allocated to an individual for advanced study in a given field. In nursing many graduate students have been awarded federal traineeships that provide funds for tuition and living expenses.
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Ford Engineering and Gateshead College run the traineeship to help manufacturing and engineering firms tackle skills shortages and create sustainable workforces for the future.
Following the early success of the Traineeship Programme, we have decided to bring forward our plans to run a further course in January 2018 to recruit an additional six apprentice upholsterers.
Traineeships are a great opportunity for people who want to get a job or continue their education, but lack the necessary skills and experience.
You could be suitable for a traineeship if you are unemployed (or work less than 16 hours per week) and have little work experience, are aged 16 to 24 and qualified below Level 3.
The traineeship is designed by the BBC Academy and the Tech Partnership and includes five weeks of training in basic digital skills, employability skills, budgeting and basic project management among others.
The BBC's new digital traineeship scheme will be managed out of the region, including its Mailbox headquarters
Based on an existing Prince's Trust customer services course, the Traineeship Programme, intends to give young people the customer service skills they meed to enter financial services and other industrial sectors, and the course includes an introduction into customer service and a basic introduction to banking.
The non-binding text provides guidance and tools to member states, trainees, traineeship providers and all other stakeholders in order to ensure that traineeships are a beneficial tool to help in the transition from training or inactivity to employment.
The first is for the employment of 2,500 university graduates to be employed or start a traineeship either in the public or the private sector, whereas the second targets 2,500 unemployed youth, graduates of secondary education or holders of post-secondary education diplomas to be employed for six month with a view to acquiring work experience.
17 -- WLCI a premier business management college has partnered with over 400 top companies to provide traineeship (training) to the students.
If government wants more employers to get on board, it should extend the traineeship model to a maximum of 12 months," he said.
Based on a three-year program of research, this report explores the barriers and facilitators of course completion reported by students with a disability who have completed an apprenticeship or traineeship.