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14 May 2014


Prime Minister David Cameron has backed the Security Industry's 100 in 100 Apprentice drive for 2014. 

Ahead of this year's launch at IFSEC International, the 100 in 100 campaign has received notable backing from the Government and a personal letter of congratulations from Prime Minister David Cameron. Come along to the IFSEC Centre Stage Theatre at 12.30 on Wednesday 18th June where Skills Minister, Matthew Hancock, will be supporting the official launch at the ExCel London.

The scheme is now in its 4th year - having helped over 1800 young people to start careers within the security industry since its conception. By taking on an apprentice you can home grow a robust and long-lasting talent pipeline that will become instrumental in taking your business forward in the future. This year there is a new employer's AGE grant of £1500 for Apprenticeships paid direct to your business via your training organisation.

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