block release

block release

n
(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) Brit the release of industrial trainees from work for study at a college for several weeks
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I cant wait to have a full college of 300 students, some full time and others on block release, meeting the needs of the industries in Cumbria.
For the funeral I took a day off from my block release at Brooklyn Technical College, where I was learning to be a carpenter and joiner," he recalls.
In 2014, Abbott, then the attorney general, said "ongoing terroristic activity" prompted his ruling to block release of the chemical inventory reports he feared could fall into the hands of evildoers.
com/once-guantanamos-youngest-inmate-canada-wants-block-release-convicted-murderer-omar-1908269) Once Guantanamo's Youngest Inmate, Canada Wants To Block Release Of Convicted Murderer Omar Khadr
The next three years will see Ryan gaining hands-on experience working alongside one of the department's Kia trained motor vehicle technicians, Gary Ramshaw, in addition to taking part in a practical and theory sessions through a block release programme at Kia's state-ofthe-art Academy Training Centre in Nottingham.
It sounds like a dream job, but probably involves attending a chocolate block release course.
Young people between the ages of 16 and 19 with an interest in cars will get on-the-job training as well as attending block release units at one of the company's GTG Training Centres.
and other media companies seeking to block release of the contracts.
To help the apprentices successfully balance their work commitments and the learning and development requirements of the programme Northumberland College worked with Northumberland County Council to develop a block release programme.
We're in discussion with several companies about training their apprentices on block release - where the trainees come in for two or three weeks at a time rather than day release.