routeway

routeway

(ˈruːtˌweɪ)
n
Brit a track, road, waterway, etc, used as a route to somewhere
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Contract awarded for And social care sector routeway programme
First it helped to stabilise his personal life, then he completed a care awareness session as well a week-long training routeway, designed to give him the skills employers in the care sector require.
The routeway to work scheme was the brainchild of Working Links consultant Karl Owen who used his years of experience as a hotel manager to help those keen to start work in the hospitality industry.
Improve, the food and drink sector skills council, has secured government backing to develop a Food and Drink Sector Routeway Training Programme in a bid to tackle the shortage of school-leavers opting for a career in food and drink.
To provide a routeway for gas penetration, the main body of the parts is designed in a columnar shape.
Perhaps the leaden shot took some left turn in this poor fellow's trepanned brain, following some internal canal or routeway, or the metal orb simply cut its own King's Road straight from ear to mouth, his salty language altered, his vernacular made tame, brought to heel.
In the Black Country, improvements will be made to a routeway which connects housing to a tennis academy in Brierley Hill.
Ms Grant joined the graduate routeway programme run by business support agency Blue Orchid last May.
Quadrant has secured a contract from the Employment Service to provide IT and business administration training under the New Deal Sector Specific Routeway for 18 to 24year-olds in Newport.
accountancy And a new programme run by Northern Skills Group and automotive components manufacturer ElringKlinger - the Routeway to an Engineering Apprenticeship - could be a stepping stone towards an engineering apprenticeship.