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Printing Charity expands reach

The Printing Charity has supported a third more people in 2018 compared with the previous year.

Trailblazer scheme gains final government approval

The Print Trailblazer Level 3 scheme has now won full government approval, with first uptake expected at the start of the next academic year.

Print Scotland calls for more apprentices at annual awards

Print Scotland celebrated the new blood in the print industry with its fourth annual apprentice awards, while appealing for more support to expand training intake.

Stationers' expands apprenticeships event for Guildhall relocation

The Stationers’ Company will bring back its successful Apprentice event for a second year, with student attendance expected to be five times greater.

Paul Holohan honoured by Loughborough University

Richmond Capital Partners chief executive Paul Holohan has been honoured by Loughborough University with its Distinguished Alumni Award.

£6,000 bursary available again for BPIF masters degree

The Stationers’ Foundation and The Printing Charity have renewed their support for the BPIF masters programme by once again offering a bursary of £6,000.

Engage with young hearts and minds

With everything that’s going on around Brexit at the moment, this month’s National Apprenticeship Week was sadly lost in the fog of confusion emanating from Westminster and probably passed many of you by.

Entry-level apprenticeship uptake down for 2018/19

The number of young people starting entry-level apprenticeships is down year-on-year, as government statistics reveal a crisis for social mobility outside of degree pathways.

Trailblazer scheme gets final assessment

The Print Trailblazer apprenticeship framework is now undergoing its final stage of government assessment before it can be approved and begin delivering new programmes.

Manufacturers hit hard in the UK’s chronic skills shortage

Whether it is warranted or not, Brexit, and its potential fallout, is now held up – in the media and in much of the public discourse – as the driver of whichever of the UK’s current ills is being discussed.

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