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There are many inspiring stories of women into engineering – Mala Rajput

June 12, 2015 ATG Apprenticeships - No Comments

Girls can make a good career from Engineering There are many inspiring stories of women into engineering, stories of women who reach those landmark feats but there also women who achieve their dreams in other ways, who are inspired by engineering itself. I am inspired by curiosity of how things work and hence my attraction to mechanical engineering and physics. It was a serendipitous moment 20 years ago, when I got my first job in an Engineering company that manufactured Springs of all shapes and sizes. I was employed as a specification and orders clerk. I spent more time on […]

Increasing popularity of Apprenticeships

July 17, 2014 Stephen Smyth - No Comments

The popularity of Apprenticeships has continued to increase – this year, the number of 16 and 17-year-olds on Apprenticeship schemes has risen by 15%, according to Government figures. And it’s not surprising – with increasing numbers of Apprenticeships available with a huge range of employers across a variety of industries, they’re a great alternative to university. If you are coming towards the end of school and starting to think about your options for the future, why not look at Apprenticeships and see why so many other young people are choosing to go down this path? At ATG Apprenticeships, we’ve got […]