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sandwich course

any of several courses consisting of alternate periods of study and industrial work
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ENPNewswire-September 3, 2019--Rolls-Royce welcomes 115 new apprentices on board; 84 apprentices and sandwich course students to join the company in Friedrichshafen; Training for IT specialists and computer science students started for the first time; Event on the lake to celebrate 100 years of MTU training
To explore the impact of method of graduate entry on early career learning via full-time, part-time and sandwich course study.
Speaking at a Work Foundation event in central London, Mr Willetts said that the total number of sandwich courses "is in decline".
In this regard, Qapco will accommodate the necessary requirements and specific needs of selected QU laboratories; QU will in turn organise and facilitate sandwich courses and student work for Qapco staff.
Other tertiary institutions provide part-time and sandwich courses where students attended classes in evening, weekend and during long vacation.
Most FE colleges and universities run sandwich courses and therefore many will have a department dedicated to handling placements.
I believe that our technical colleges, where students had the opportunity fo r sandwich courses in college and working with tradesmen until they qualified, gave students a wider choice
Joiners can study for NVQs at college, either as full-time students or on day release or sandwich courses.
Sandwich courses may include a year of paid industrial experience, which is a great way of having a go at the job you want to do while earning a crust and improving your job prospects at the same time.
Many will be taking college sandwich courses which require them to acquire industry experience.
"The things that attract international students are the same as what attracts British students, our specialisms, sandwich courses, close links with industry and vocational training."
Companies need to engage with potential future employees at an earlier stage in their studies than they typically do today, perhaps by providing support in the form of bursaries or other forms of sponsorship, or by offering relevant work experience, including the rebooting of much valued 'sandwich courses' along the way.