traineeship


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train·ee

 (trā-nē′)
n.
One who is being trained.

train·ee′ship′ n.

traineeship

(treɪˈniːʃɪp)
n
1. the state or position of someone who is employed at a low level in a particular job in order to learn the skills needed for that job
2. a period of service as someone who is employed at a low level in a particular job in order to learn the skills needed for that job
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Noun1.traineeship - financial aid that enables you to get trained for a specified jobtraineeship - financial aid that enables you to get trained for a specified job; "the bill provided traineeships in vocational rehabilitation"
economic aid, financial aid, aid - money to support a worthy person or cause
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Ford Engineering Group has joined forces with Gateshead College to deliver a six-month traineeship which equips young people with the attitudes, skills and knowledge required to start an apprenticeship in this sector.
uk/prospectus We also have apprenticeship and traineeship vacancies available online.
WESTBRIDGE Furniture have recently appointed five new apprentices to their Furniture Upholstery Apprenticeship programme following a successful partnership with the Traineeship programme at Coleg Cambria.
She has recently qualified as a solicitor after completing her traineeship with a law firm in Tadcaster.
A Traineeship Engagement Programme with learning provider Grw p Llandrillo Menai's Caernarfon campus has been the catalyst to his surge in confidence and motivation.
Over the past two years, Ros has helped transform the Motor Vehicle Traineeship at ACT: 96% of learners progress to further learning or employment where nationally a 90% progression is classed as excellent.
The next traineeship starts on May 16 and will be held at the BT distribution centre on Darlington Road, Northallerton.
A traineeship is an education and training programme with work experience that unlocks the great potential of young people and prepares them for their future careers by helping them to become "work ready".
Over the last 12 months, ACT has helped more than 9,000 young people achieve their career ambitions by way of its apprenticeship and traineeship programmes.
As the introduction of an employer levy in April 2017 quickly approaches and with the drive towards the target to create 3 million apprenticeships by 2020 well underway, do not miss this opportunity to benefit from transferrable knowledge on implementing and managing an effective apprenticeship and traineeship programme.
BT's seven-week traineeship programmes for jobless youngsters include vocational training, employability skills, work experience, and a maths or English qualification if needed.
The AIS Technical Traineeship scheme offers young people aged between 16 and 24 'reallife' industry experience and a level 2 qualification, and gives employers a chance to 'try before they buy'.