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BAE Starting Supply Chain Apprenticeship Program

BAE Systems will train 50 potential apprentices for positions in companies that are part of BAE’s supply chain starting September 2013, TheEngineer reports.

Successful candidates will receive a three-year engineering apprenticeship in a company that supplies services or components to BAE’s military aircraft business or a submarine design and building facility.

This is part of a pilot initiative with the U.K.’s Department of Business, Innovation and Skills and the Commission for Employment and Skills.

Steve Lee of Regal Precision Engineering told the website the training initiative helps create machinists for the manufacturing center.

Interested supplier companies participated in a conference Monday at a BAE apprentice training center.

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