Monthly Archives: January 2015

Employer Rights and Responsibilities

During my time working in Wales I have learnt that the main industries in Wales are  Agriculture, Aerospace, Construction, Electronics, Emergency Services, Food, Forestry, Manufacturing, Oil & Gas, Renewable Energy, Services, Textile, Tourism, Transport. Our main industry in Wales for … Continue reading

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ERR – Employment Rights and Responsibilities – IT Industry in wales

There are a lot of things that I have learned about the IT industry in Wales such as, that there are many different places where you can get different training to help me progress my career in the IT industry … Continue reading

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ERR – Careers in IT

As an IT technician in a school, my role in the IT sector is a common. Pretty much all schools in Wales should have IT technicians hired to set-up and maintain all the IT related equipment on the premises. One … Continue reading

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ERR

I have found out a few things about the IT industry in Wales such as; Additional help/work online such as Tech Jobs, ITJobsboard and Eskills. These organisations provide online training and courses to do with them and certificates to prove … Continue reading

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Level 3 Apprenticeship – The Start

So, I’ve finished my Level 2 IT Practitioner Apprenticeship and I’ve now started my Level 3.  I’ve decided to do a Level 3 so that I can progress afterwards to university, and further my education in the hope of attaining a … Continue reading

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Protected: Starting my apprenticeship

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Idioms

Today we had Mair and we had a workshop on discussing idioms, what they are and what they mean. For example: “Don’t kick a man while he’s down” is an idiom which means for example, someone may be feeling extremely … Continue reading

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