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Norbrook Higher Level Apprenticeship - Information Event
Tuesday, 15 October 2019  5:00  
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Tuesday, 15 October 2019,  5:00
Contact 0300 123 1223 Michelle Billham

Are you finishing 'A' levels, Level 3 or eager for a new career path?

Why not come along to SRC where you will hear from Norbrook, a global leader in the Pharmaceutical Industry, who will outline the skills and qualities they desire in a Higher Level Apprentice?

Norbrook staff will be available, on a one to one basis, to discuss with you the range of global job opportunities available locally via the Higher Level Apprenticeship Programme.

SRC staff will also be on hand to provide information and answer any questions you may have.
Location: Southern Regional College, Patrick Street, Newry BT35 8DN

Location SRC
Patrick Street
BT35 8DN
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