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A GMC-registered doctor in the UK who is in training.
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Traineeships are successfully supporting more young people into employment, an apprenticeship or further study, Apprenticeships and Skills Minister Anne Milton announced today (19 June).
The awards showcase the outstanding achievements of learners, employers and work-based learning practitioners who have excelled in contributing to the development of the Welsh Government's Traineeships and Apprenticeship programmes.
When you have completed an apprenticeship or traineeship, you will receive a nationally-recognised qualification, as well as the valuable skills and experience you have gained throughout the course.
Rachel Clacher, co-owner of Moneypenny and founder of the charity, said: "We are delighted to be partnering with Flintshire County Council and Communities First to bring our traineeship to a whole new community again.
"I prefer working on the job and my traineeship involved interacting with lots of different people and learning so many new skills in a hands-on way.
Ford Engineering and Gateshead College run the traineeship to help manufacturing and engineering firms tackle skills shortages and create sustainable workforces for the future.
Traineeships are a great opportunity for people who want to get a job or continue their education, but lack the necessary skills and experience.
Designed to help young people aged 16 to 24 who don't yet have the appropriate skills or experience, traineeships provide the essential work preparation training, English, maths and work experience needed to secure an apprenticeship or employment.
* Explore strategies for providing a pathway to skills and further employment through traineeships and examining the funding available
I hope other young people who are struggling to find work read this and opt for a traineeship - there is nothing to lose and everything to gain."
"Traineeships are an excellent way of helping young people make their first move into employment."
The BBC Make it Digital Traineeship was announced by directorgeneral Tony Hall at the start of this year's BBC Make it Digital initiative which aims to inspire a new generation to get creative with coding, programming and digital technology and help address the current skills shortage in the UK's technology sector.

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