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ICE Director General Nick Baveystock has welcomed the government’s pledge to deliver 30,000 new rail and road apprenticeships by 2020.

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“Development of apprenticeships has traditionally been an area in which we have underinvested, so it is good to see progress. It is important that the apprenticeships meet an existing industry standard, such as EngTech, and are tailored to meet the technological challenges involved in delivering future transport projects,” he said.

 

 

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