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The Education and Training sector

Ryan

Active Member
When someone says "Education and Training Apprenticeships" people will automatically think it's to do with being a classroom teacher, or just something classroom related - it's far from that.

Of course, you could go in to teaching or a classroom assistant, which offers competitive salary and a lot of paid holiday per year, but it doesn't stop there at all!

People in every walk of life are being trained or require training to improve their skills, no matter how old. It could mean being a company director and attending a seminar on how to make their business 'greener', maybe even an older I.T employee going on a course to update their knowledge of I.T skills, or perhaps restaurant workers going on a food hygiene course.

It is a really varied job sector, even though it seems like a really small one, it can also be a very rewarding sector to be in, depending on which job type you want to go into.
 

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