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Apprenticeships – an opportunity for women to re-train?

6 June 2017 | Leave a comment

In this guest post, CEO of the WISE Campaign, Helen Wollaston explores apprenticeships as an opportunity for women to retrain. At a time when women struggling to get back to work after a career break is estimated to deprive the UK economy of £1.7bn and the STEM talent pool is running dry, we think smart science, technology and engineering organisations will take note. We hear all the time about skills shortages in engineering and technology. Although numbers are steadily rising, WISE statistics … Read More