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Scunthorpe Centre - Employer Open Day

Are you interested in visiting our Scunthorpe centre? We are holding an event for local businesses to find out more about what our Scunthorpe site can offer them

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Top coach kicks off with challenge to apprentices

A rugby league coach who has beaten the best in the global game drew on his experience as a world cup winner to inspire HETA apprentices who are embarking on careers in engineering.

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Young achievers promote opportunities in engineering

A former engineering apprentice teamed up with a professional footballer to offer inspiration to young people from HETA as they set out into the world of work.

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HETA teams up with Hull Kingston Rovers for new season sponsorship

HETA is strengthening its links with professional sport by joining the ranks of new sponsors for Hull Kingston Rovers to underline the importance of commitment and dedication.

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HETA colleagues cap apprenticeships with degree success

Two women who joined HETA together in 2009 have emerged as living proof that apprenticeships can lead to a university degree.

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HETA lobbies MP with call for action on careers support

HETA highlighted the importance of improving employability advice and skills as part of the government’s new careers framework during a visit to the Hull site by Graham Stuart MP.

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HETA opens doors to engineering experience

School students from across the Humber region were given a taste of life in an engineering workshop as HETA expanded its work experience programme.

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Employers acting on apprenticeships to build for the future

Leading employers throughout the Humber region are waking up to the opportunities offered by apprenticeships when it comes to replacing their aging workforces.

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Smith & Nephew graduates gain workshop experience with HETA

A global business which was launched in Hull 160 years ago is investing to secure its future with the help of HETA.

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HETA backs Amy Johnson Festival to inspire female engineers

The exploits of Amy Johnson are being promoted 75 years after her death to inspire young women to pursue careers in engineering.

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