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BAE and JCB apprentices to advise Institute of Apprenticeships board

Apprentices from BAE Systems and JCB are to sit on a panel that advises the board of the Institute of Apprenticeships, it has been announced.

Daniel Skinner (BAE Systems) and Holly Broadhurst (JCB) are among 11 members of the apprentice panel. The panel is made up of current and recent apprentices from a wide range of occupations and experiences from up ...
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