National Grid launches scheme to bring disadvantaged pupils into the net zero workforce

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Pupils in schools in south London can access the scheme
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Pupils in schools in south London can access the scheme

Initiative aims to help disadvantaged pupils from south London meet the growing demand for skilled workers that is being created by the net zero transition

More than 100,000 pupils in south London are set to benefit from a new outreach programme launched by National Grid to help pupils from diverse and disadvantaged backgrounds meet the massive demand for...

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