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Grow your business with Jobs Growth Wales

Growing your business can be challenging and rewarding at the same time. Sometimes to achieve that growth you need additional help. That’s where Cambrian Training and Jobs Growth Wales can help you and your business. Whether small or large, the Jobs Growth Wales programme helps businesses in parts...

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Final Worldskills butchery heat winner named

The fourth and final winner of the Worldskills butchery competition has been named. Stewart McClymont, from Blair Drummond Smiddy Farm Shop, near Stirling, won the Scottish heat of the competition. This is the first time the competition headed to Scotland in it’s three-year history. The three...

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Third Worldskills heat winner named

James Taylor has been named the winner of the Leeds heat of the Worldskills butchery competition. The 21-year-old butcher (pictured) from Simpsons Butchers in Lincolnshire, was praised for his hard work ethic. Independent meat consultant and judge Viv Harvey explained that Taylor’s previous experience in the Premier...

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Worldskills Welsh butchery heat winner named

Jake Laidlaw of Andrews Quality Meats in Swindon has been named the winner of the Welsh heat of the Worldskills butchery competition. The 25-year-old butcher (pictured) said he was really pleased to place first, considering this was his first year competing in the challenge. He overcame...

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Worldskills Northern Irish heat results announced

Dylan Gillespie has won the Northern Irish heat of the Worldskills butchery competition. No stranger to the competition, the young butcher from Clogher Valley Meats in Co Tyrone is hoping to do one better than last year when he made it to the grand final...

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Prevention is better than cure

Recent incidents in the UK have highlighted how radicalisation and extremism can have a profound effect on our communities. But how does this impact on businesses, employers and employees in Wales and how can they be involved in preventing it? We all have a...

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Butchery star Peter reaps the rewards of apprenticeships

Peter Rushforth’s career decision to opt for an apprenticeship instead of continuing his academic studies in university is paying rich dividends for the 21-year-old butchery star. The multi-award winning butcher from Leeswood, North Wales has just returned from the United States after securing a...

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Welsh employers and learners recognised in training company’s new awards

Individuals and employers who have excelled in vocational learning and training programmes delivered by one of Wales’ leading training providers were recognised at an awards ceremony last night (Thursday). Twenty-four finalists from across Wales were shortlisted for the new Cambrian Training Company Apprenticeship, Employment...

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