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First ever welding apprentices for WD Close

For the first time in its 35-year history, heavy engineering giant, WD Close, has taken on welding apprentices thanks to the high quality of training at AIS Connect.

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AIS Training partners with leading wind turbine blade repair training company

Maintaining and repairing wind turbine blades is a fast-growing, lucrative role within the wind industry and AIS Training has teamed up with Advanced Blade Repair Services to offer specialist training in this important skill.

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Event helps Morpeth youngsters decide their future

Dozens of students from Newminster School in Morpeth enjoyed an invaluable insight in the world of work to help guide their future careers at a special conference held at AIS Connect in North Shields.

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Welding industry crowns AIS best training provider

Connect’s outstanding apprenticeship and pre-apprenticeships have helped AIS win a prestigious competition which identifies and rewards the best companies in the welding industry.

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New £2.5million Academy Launched

Northern Powerhouse Minister, James Wharton has officially opened a new state-of-the-art Skills Academy on North Tyneside which is revolutionising the way young people are trained for industry.

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AIS Connect packs a punch

Industrial training specialist, AIS Connect is introducing boxing and fitness lessons into its traineeship programmes to teach young people invaluable skills for the workplace including self-discipline and respect for others.

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Plans for Iconic Hadrian’s Wall Sculpture Unveiled

Work has begun on an iconic piece of public artwork which will mark the end of Hadrian’s Wall at Segedunum in Wallsend.

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EAST DURHAM COLLEGE AND AIS CONNECT JOIN FORCES IN GAME-CHANGING PARTNERSHIP

A revolutionary new deal between industrial training specialist AIS Connect and East Durham College will see hundreds of new world-class apprenticeships developed for industry.

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New Apprentice for Barrington Metals

Bedlington-based Barrington Metals is the latest business to take on an AIS Connect apprentice.

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Free Event to Help Businesses Navigate Apprenticeship Changes

AIS Connect is launching its brand new partnership with East Durham College at a free informative event which will take place between 9am and 11am on Tuesday 28th February at the AIS Connect Academy in North Shields.

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Inglefords invests in new talent

North East based James Ingleford is taking on 12 new AIS Connect apprentices to help deliver its plans for growth.

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St. Benet Biscop Catholic Academy pupils enjoy job success thanks to AIS Connect

For school-leavers scooping your first real job is notoriously difficult but youngsters from St Benet Biscop High School in Northumberland are finding it easier than most thanks to a unique partnership with apprenticeship specialist AIS Connect.

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AIS Connect gears up to deliver more apprenticeships following Government approval

Training and skills specialist, AIS Connect has been approved to offer apprenticeship training by the Government’s Education and Skills Funding Agency (ESFA) - opening the doors to more employer-led apprenticeships for the North-East region.

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Women into engineering

A group of female students from schools across the North East have been learning how to create beautiful roses from metal as part of a special event to inspire and encourage more women into engineering.

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Engineering fun at AIS Connect sparks female interest in STEM careers

A group of female students from schools across the North East have been learning how to create beautiful roses from metal as part of a special event to inspire and encourage more women into engineering.

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AIS Connect Encourages More Women into Construction

A North East training company is welcoming its first ever female scaffolding apprentice and is urging others to follow to help address the dramatic gender imbalance in the construction sector.

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