Government plans to introduce doctor apprenticeships have been explained by a senior trainer at Carshalton Technical College, which will be among the first tranche of further education sites to be running the courses.
Edward Simms (call me Eddie) the senior trainer, was kind enough to postpone a lesson suggesting what questions to students needed to expect in the first year gas fitters exam to tell Newsbiscuit that his college was probably chosen because it handles the training requirements for Kwit Fit for a Tory donor that is anticipating adding GP surgeries to its motor repair branches if sufficient numbers of students sign up to the course.
“The thing is,” said Eddie, “since schools dropped technology in favour of King James Bible studies, we get students like Ethel here, who has twenty nine GCSEs but left school without knowing eff all about the difference between shit and clay, so before we can start teaching kids about how the human body works, how to solder damaged arteries back together and decoke vaginas, they have to learn basic skills like how to use hand tools.
Among the equipment the college has invested in in preparation to run the courses is a microtome for the college canteen, which is thought will be used if any students remain eligible for free school meals.
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