'Badge of honour' for apprentices

October 2010
People Management;10/14/2010, p11
The article reports that apprentices in key sectors in Great Britain would be officially known as technicians, as announced by British Minister of State for Universities and Science David Willetts at a Conservative Party that was held in 2010.


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