YTS


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YTS

(in Britain) abbreviation for
(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) (the former) Youth Training Scheme
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YTS

(Brit)
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He said: "I haven't really focused on the YTS aspect because that's become a bit strange.
In this paper, observed data from the YTS were used to investigate characteristics of the annual cycle of water table elevation and water and solute fluxes in the surface soil layer and their respective budgets on a monthly time scale.
A cold day in November 1988 saw 12 youngsters from training organisation Bell's YTS do their bit for Children in Need by holding a fancy dress bed push around Middlesbrough town centre.
The YTS team will now be picking up the Popcorn Time project and continuing on like previously.
Ally McCoist joined just when I was coming off the YTS, so there was a lot of experience.
He said: "The Crazy Gang were still there when I was a YTS.
The game continued and the YTS left winger was winning every ball in the air and also scored a goal.
The YTS was a large-scale program, serving between 10% and 17% of the 16-18-year-old population, which was of about the same magnitude as the number unemployed.
The book's willingness to allow YTS participants and a broader sample of school attenders to express their own views and experiences is refreshing.
The greatest achievement of YTS is that large numbers of employers were persuaded to provide work-experience positions on short notice, and YTS was able to become a massive program very quickly.
A cap would climax a meteoric rise for the 18-year- old from Enniskillen who not so long ago was only a starry-eyed YTS kid at Boothferry Park.
An heteroscedasticity corrected switching bivariate probit model is proposed and is found to be preferred to both the univariate probit and the bivariate probit model with a dummy variable representing YTS participation.