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Get into work with Hull Training and Adult Education - 07/09/16
Hull Training and Adult Education is offering young people aged 16-18 the chance to get work ready with a range of apprenticeships, traineeships and study programmes available at venues across the city.

For over 35 years Hull Training and Adult Education has worked with local employers, to help young people gain successful careers.

Councillor Phil Webster, Portfolio Holder for Learning, Skills and Safeguarding Children, said:
""Our courses and apprenticeships are ideal for anyone who has just left school and who is uncertain about which direction to go in.

""We believe that young people should have access to new and emerging industries and technologies and we work hard to be part of new and exciting developments, such as the up and coming digital and marketing sector.

""Roles in web development, creative design, digital marketing and the sign and print industry are just some of the new possibilities.

""It is well known that apprenticeships are available in sectors such as construction and engineering and perhaps less known are roles in health care, teaching and learning. As one of the largest training providers in the area, Hull Training and Adult Education are able to offer young people access to one of the largest selections of education and training in the Humber.""

For more information about Hull Training and Adult Education and how they can help 16 - 18 year-olds reach their potential, call 01482 615 349 or visit

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