CONGRATULATIONS to former Dunbar Grammar student Annabel Stewart for making it as a finalist in this year’s Scottish Apprenticeship Awards!
Annabel completed her Foundation Apprenticeship in Scientific Technologies with East Lothian Works in partnership with Dunbar Grammar School and Charles River Laboratories.
Hear what Annabel has to say about her experience on the Foundation Apprenticeship in Scientific Technologies
We welcome everyone to come along and support Annabel at the final Scottish Apprenticeship Awards event alongside other inspirational young people across Scotland. To register for a FREE place at the online event on Thursday 4th March 2021 please visit: http://apprenticeships.scot/events/awards/
For further information on what Foundation Apprenticeships are available to you within your local area please visit www.apprenticeship.scot and register your interest today!
Today we are speaking to Emma, a Scientific Technologies Foundation Apprenticeship student, in order to learn about her experiences on the programme. This is part of a series on this blog in which we meet with Foundation Apprenticeship students on all five of the frameworks on offer in East Lothian to find out more about this opportunity.
East Lothian Works have partnered up with the organisation ‘Media Education’, who aid young people in creating media projects. Together with some incredibly talented young people, the team have put together a fantastic video providing an insight into the Scientific Technologies Foundation Apprenticeship.
Check it out below:
I’d like to extend a huge thank you to Media Education and the entire team for putting this incredible video together. If you’d like to find out more about Foundation Apprenticeships, have a read of our blog post about them here.
If you follow East Lothian Works on Twitter and Facebook (links at the bottom of this post), you may have seen that we are currently running a social media campaign that focuses on a different Foundation Apprenticeship each week. This week, we’re looking at the Scientific Technologies course. Have a read below to find out more about this framework. Continue reading The Foundation Apprenticeship in Scientific Technologies→
I arrived at Charles River Laboratories bright and early on the morning of the 1st of May. Upon my arrival I was warmly welcomed in to the main reception building by Stephen Madden – the Head of Regulatory ADME and Discovery Sciences. My main goal was to learn a bit more about the world of lab-based science, in order to aid those undertaking, or considering undertaking, the Foundation Apprenticeship in Scientific Technologies. Continue reading A Morning at Charles River Laboratories→
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