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# Apprenticeships

This year
Minister's message to Irish construction workers abroad: 'Ireland needs you to help us build homes'
Last year
Funding of €17 million announced to expand apprenticeships across higher education sector
Paramedics and GSOC investigators among planned doubling of public sector apprenticeships
Two new farming apprenticeships aim to 'help labour shortages in the agri sector'
Defence Forces to participate in UN peacekeeping mission in Syria until next spring
All time
Extra 1,056 college places will be available in September, Harris says
Bar management apprenticeship launched in bid to tackle post-pandemic staff shortages
There's a 'national obsession' with the points race, says Harris highlighting CAO changes
Simon Harris: 'We need to drop the snobby attitude that the only way to progress in life is to go to university'
Employers offered €3,000 to take on apprentices, who will play 'key part' in Ireland's recovery
Want to be a CGI wizard, sous chef or finance specialist? There's now an apprenticeship for that
Calls to invest in apprenticeship schemes as new figures show 6,000 long term youth unemployed
Butcher, bar manager, wind turbine engineer - just some of the apprenticeships on offer this year
Almost 8,000 people under the age of 26 are in long-term unemployment
Trade union unanimously votes to launch campaign to get more women involved in apprenticeships
'800 million people globally could be made redundant by technology over the next ten years'
Gary Gannon
Behind the scenes with an Aer Lingus apprentice
Back booming: Almost 3,000 building apprentices predicted for this year
Dublin City Council to re-introduce apprenticeship schemes for plumbers, electricians in 2018
'There's still a stigma around apprenticeships. People look down on you'
Caitriona O'Neill and William Gallagher
"Employers are losing out" - why are less than 1% of state apprenticeships being taken by women?
Looking for work? ESB is taking on up to 100 apprentices this year
Irish Rail is looking for a woman (several, preferably)
Looking for work? ESB is hiring 300 apprentices
German employers are struggling to fill positions for 120,000 apprentices
Column: This is how to tackle youth unemployment
Emer Costello MEP