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Apprenticeship fees scrapped for all from July 1

New Zealand Herald Tuesday, 2 June 2020
Apprenticeship fees scrapped for all from July 1The Government has scrapped fees for all apprentices from July 1 in a bid to maintain trades training through the Covid-19 recession.The $320 million programme aims to stave off a sharp drop in training that occurred after the global...
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