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Local people will also be able to access cadetships and graduate recruitment schemes meaning students can expect high-quality, fit-for-purpose training that provides on the job work experience," Dr Napthine said.
Hiring new talent in this way provides a lower-cost recruitment route than the average graduate recruitment scheme.
SMEs have not typically attempted to compete with the graduate recruitment schemes of the big FTSE players and we hope that this initiative will give a wider range of companies the benefit of fresh, young talent.
BANKING giant Santander has launched a new graduate recruitment scheme which this year plans to take on around 230 people.
Although the sector hasn't been hit anywhere near as badly as other business areas, many fmcgs still cut back intake numbers on their graduate recruitment schemes in 2009 and 2010.
So, a good graduate recruitment scheme could win you attention from the brightest and best graduates that you might otherwise fail to attract at a later stage in their careers .
Struggling steelmaker Corus is one of many companies to have announced cuts to its graduate recruitment scheme this year.
She was chosen by supermarket group Aldi for a place on its annual graduate recruitment scheme and a pounds 40,000 job.