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UK Power Networks reopens apprenticeship vacancies for two weeks

Starting a career during a global pandemic was not without challenges for @UKPowerNetworks’ #apprentices, but after three years of training our newly qualified ‘key workers’ were ready to play their part in supporting the country.

Electricity firm boost employees’ skills

World Book Day is no longer just for schools and book clubs! Thousands of employees at a local electricity firm are set to benefit from £30 worth of educational books each for themselves, partner or children to support them in their studies.

Top apprenticeships to help power Britain's low carbon future

As #NationalApprenticeshipWeek starts this week (Feb 3) Britain’s biggest electricity distributor, @UKPowerNetworks is stepping up its search for 16 new recruits to join the company in September.

Skills boost for eleven power recruits

Eleven new recruits have been selected to help deliver electricity across London, the East and South East.

UK Power Networks’ apprentices learn new skills while earning

The hunt is on for 36 new apprentices to help maintain reliable power supplies for thousands of people.

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