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  • Image of Richard Hamer, taken at 2018 National Apprentice Awards

    Monday 07 January 2019

    Bridging the UK’s skills gap

    Recently published statistics have shown that, at 4 per cent, unemployment within the UK is at its lowest level since the early 1970s and that there are more people in work in the country than ever before.

    Education and Skills

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  • Image taken at Take your sons and daughters to work day at our Air business in Warton, Lancashire

    Thursday 24 May 2018

    Promoting careers in STEM

    Felicity Fashade blogs about her experience of hosting her 14-year-old niece at BAE Systems’ Naval Ships Combat Systems offices in Frimley, Surrey, where she works as a Programme Manager on a future concepts development programme.

    Education and Skills

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  • Image of Blossom Hill, Welfare Officer for blog

    Friday 09 March 2018

    Apprentice of the Year: Looking Back

    Blossom Hill was named Apprentice of the Year at the BAE Systems UK Apprentice Awards in 2017. Here, Blossom takes a look back at an eventful year and shares her future plans as she passes on the title.

    Our Employees, Education and Skills

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  • HMS Queen Elizabeth's home port is Portsmouth Naval Base.

    Thursday 22 February 2018

    Apprentices recognised for their skills

    Three Maritime Services apprentices have been shortlisted for Apprentice of the Year at this year’s News Business Excellence Awards in Portsmouth. Matt Gordon, Head of Early Careers and Skills, tells us why they’ve been shortlisted.

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  • Friday 03 November 2017

    Building a career supporting the nation's fleet

    The Royal Navy’s fleet of Type 45 Destroyers are one of the most complex, highly integrated and capable anti-air warfare platforms in the world, tasked with protecting the nation’s interest around the globe.

    Our Employees, Technology and Innovation, Education and Skills

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  • Vicki Saward

    Thursday 24 August 2017

    Why young people should re-think maths and science

    Our Submarines Business Integration Director, Vicki Saward, shares her views on the importance of engaging young people with maths and science.

    Education and Skills

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    Education and Skills
  • Sophie Dent, Submarines Engineerng Graduate

    Friday 23 June 2017

    Why diversity is so important

    One of our graduates, Sophie Dent, shares her perspectives of being a female engineer on International Women in Engineering day

    Our Employees, Education and Skills

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  • Rachael Hoyle, Project Manager

    Thursday 09 March 2017

    Apprenticeships provide a strong foundation

    As the UK celebrates national apprentice week, we catch up with former apprentice Rachael Hoyle ten years’ on.

    Education and Skills

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    Education and Skills
  • Glynn Phillips - Chief Executive

    Monday 06 March 2017

    Enhancing Australia’s national security in a changing world

    We live in times of rapid change. Read more to see how Australia can become more self-reliant in defence.

    Business, Technology and Innovation, Education and Skills

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  • Our apprentices volunteer to help at the Big Bang Fair, the largest celebration of science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) for young people.

    Thursday 24 March 2016

    National Apprenticeship Week

    Mark Donnelly, Head of Apprentices and Skills Training, BAE Systems, discusses his experience of national apprentice week.

    Education and Skills

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