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Theakston apprentice cooper finds himself amongst worshipful company

A Yorkshire brewery’s apprentice cooper is a step closer to joining a select band of specialist wood workers keeping one of the country’s oldest traditions alive. Euan Findlay, who was indentured to T&R Theakston Ltd in Masham three years ago, has passed his trade exams after impressing time-served industry experts with

Numbers add up for Deloitte chief of staff who takes on new school role

Harrogate’s Ashville College has appointed a new bursar to join its senior management team, who joins from one of the world’s best-known accountancy firms. Helen Aindow - currently chief of staff (assistant director) at Deloitte - will take up the position at the leading independent school in early July. A chartered account

Construction Skills Fund Hub in Sheffield celebrates 150th local trainee

The Building Block, one of 20 onsite training hubs funded by the Construction Skills Fund (CSF), is celebrating enrolling Ellie Revill, a 19 year old trainee bricklayer currently employed by Engie, as its 150th candidate. Coordinated by Sheffield City Council and with support from the Construction Industry Training Board (CITB), the

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