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apprentice someone to someone

to assign someone to work at a certain trade and learn it from someone experienced. She apprenticed her son to a local diesel mechanic. I apprenticed myself to a printer and learned what it means to get really dirty.
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A key part of our Plan is to increase the number of apprentices in Tasmania because it encourages younger Tasmanians to stay in the State, which is good for our community, population growth and the economy in general.
The apprentices will be based across Miller Homes' North East developments and at its head office in North Shields, gaining vital work experience and training.
Mitchell, who joined the council in 2012 as an apprentice construction technician, has also won a clutch of other awards in just over 12 months - at the council and at New College Durham where he is studying.
TWO Coventry apprentices have been shortlisted for a prestigious manufacturing award.
All of the staff including the apprentices hold NVQ2 qualifications in roofing disciplines or are working towards completing their NVQs.
Businesses interested in taking on an apprentice can contact Kirklees Apprenticeship Hub by emailing Apphub@kirklees.
Debbie Evans from Llandudno, one of nine winners from a range of programme areas, was presented with the evening's most prestigious award, Apprentice of the Year 2014, and a cheque for PS200, by Jackie Doodson, Principal of Coleg Llandrillo.
Apprentice Matthew Roache, Willmott Dixon partnerships' managing director Mick Williamson, apprentices Matthew Grimmett and Lewis Tubb from Willmott Dixon's North Birmingham branch, with Coun Tahir Ali
Two new films, 'How to hire an apprentice' and 'Why hire an apprentice', have been launched on apprentice.
First Year Apprentice winner was Devon Sumner of Airbus Operations in Broughton
SDS's Adopt an Apprentice scheme offers subsidies to firms who step in and take on trainees who have lost their jobs.
All Pennsylvania building trades apprentice programs are funded through a cooperative effort between different crafts unions and employers and are designed to provide apprentices with life-long skills and careers.
It has been often contended that the low level of apprentice pay is a significant barrier to increasing the number of people successfully completing apprenticeships and traineeships.
Apprentice carpenter James Bannister with his mentor Lester Parry, Monmouthshire Housing Association's Operations Manager properties in its portfolio.