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Campaign could help plumbing training courses

Young people who are hoping to gain their approved plumbing qualifications might find that they benefit from the government's Backing Young Britain campaign.

Private sector training business A4e recently revealed that they are supporting the state's initiative, which aims to work with UK companies to provide jobs, work experience, training and apprenticeship schemes.

There are currently 812 firms that have backed the campaign so far, including Laing O'Rourke, Job Centre Plus and Southlakes Housing.

A4e stated that young people who are leaving school, college and full-time education deserve more employment opportunities.

"It's vital that they get the help they need now, to find a job, get training, or build their work skills and experience," it stated.

The firm was formed in 1991 to provide redundant steelworkers with training to help them regain jobs in different industries.

It employs more than 3,100 people globally and helped 19,572 find work in 2009.

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