SECTT HOLDS OUT A HELPING HAND TO APPRENTICES MADE REDUNDANT DURING THE COVID-19 CRISIS, FINDING JOBS AND PLACEMENTS WITH OTHER EMPLOYERS.

Apprentices made redundant by the fallout from COVID-19 are being offered a lifeline by an industry-focused charitable trust backed by one of Scotland’s largest trade associations. The Scottish Electrical Charitable Training Trust (SECTT), which was established by campaigning electrotechnical trade body SELECT and Unite the Union, has stepped in to work with both trainees and…

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Lebanese President No peace with ‘Israel’.

Lebanese President Michel Aoun dismissed as “impossible” the chance that the massive blast at Beirut Port in August 4 was caused by an alleged deposit of Hezbollah arms, but said that all possibilities would be investigated.AhlulBayt News Agency (ABNA): Lebanese President Michel Aoun dismissed as “impossible” the chance that the massive blast at Beirut Port…

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HUDSON APPRENTICE HELPS GET BRITAIN BUILDING AGAIN.

An electrical apprentice sponsored by Hudson Contract is helping to get Britain building again. Thomas Benninger has been working on three housing developments in North Yorkshire. The 26-year-old from Bridlington is learning valuable skills as he carries out installations at the new-build sites in Malton, Holtby and Cloughton. Hudson launched the apprenticeship scheme in response…

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