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How tech apprenticeships get jobseekers on the Fastrack

The not-for-profit industry-led organisation works closely with national education agencies, local development organisations and government departments to develop and promote technology-based programmes and career development opportunities

24th February, 2019
Peter Davitt, chief executive of FIT

Having the right skillsets needed for the job is one of the ways in which candidates may be fit to work in certain sectors. And thanks to FIT – Fastrack to Information Technology – an apprenticeship programme may be the answer.

Established in 1999, the not-for-profit industry-led organisation works closely with national education agencies, local development organisations and government departments to develop and promote technology-based programmes and career development opportunities for people who may need...

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