There has never been a better opportunity for government, business and education to work together to create more apprenticeships to curb youth unemployment.
Belfast Met is hosting an Apprenticeship Careers Fair to highlight the opportunities available for those wishing to combine their education with employment.
The Department for the Economy's inaugural Northern Ireland Apprenticeship Week 2020 is here and South Eastern Regional College is on board with a week of activities geared for potential apprentices and employers.
Northern Ireland Electricity (NIE) Networks has launched its Apprenticeship Programme for 2020.
Transport company, Translink is looking for 14 talented individuals to join its dynamic engineering teams. The new campaign, which comes ahead of the first National Apprenticeship Week (February 3-7), will see opportunities for anyone 16 years or over to become a Translink apprentice.
Thirteen North West Regional College (NWRC) apprenticeship students have been presented with certificates after completing their Level 2 Diploma in Drylining and Brickwork at Greystone Campus. Plus, information on NWRC's upcoming open days.
An apprenticeship programme has created 120 opportunities with 28 employers in Northern Ireland.
The Department for the Economy has announced the three finalists for each of the Northern Ireland Apprenticeship Awards 2020 award categories. The categories include the Higher Level Apprentice Award, Large Employer Innovation Award and SME Innovation Award.
The Department for the Economy and ADS NI, the body representing the aerospace, defence, security and space industries in Northern Ireland, have launched an Assured Skills Academy offering 12 people the opportunity to learn in demand manufacturing techniques.
An engineering firm has recruited 14 new apprentices from across Northern Ireland to help nurture and upskill the next generation of talent and innovative thinkers in the industry.