One of Dave Sinclair's images of the original students' YTS
strike in 1985
| IT was a cold day in November 1988 when these 12 youngsters from training organisation Bell's YTS
did their bit for Children in |Need by holding a fancy dress bed push around Middlesbrough town centre.
QC, YT, [YC.sup.-], [YC.sup.+]--the set of QCs, YTs
, YCs of export storage yard, and YCs of import storage yard respectively.
But, just one day later, YTS
backtracked, saying that it was not affiliated with Popcorn Time.
The structure of YTS
, for example, is described in less than a single page, so little detail is provided on the mix of employment and training or the content of the training.
The book's willingness to allow YTS
participants and a broader sample of school attenders to express their own views and experiences is refreshing.
The greatest achievement of YTS
is that large numbers of employers were persuaded to provide work-experience positions on short notice, and YTS
was able to become a massive program very quickly.
Club boss Terry Dolan however quickly recognised Carroll's talent, tore up his YTS
forms and handed the kid a three-year professional contract.
IN THIS paper, data from the first Youth Cohort Study (YCS) are used to analyse the effectiveness of the Youth Training Scheme (YTS
) in England and Wales in terms of its impact, at an individual level, on the employment prospects of young people.
YIFY, also known as YTS
, was one of the most trusted brand names in piracy, with uploads that were consistently among the most downloaded films on the Pirate Bay and Kickass Torrents.
Holidays: North Yorkshire and Devon, although we plan a trip to Australia when the boys are older First job: Kitchen porter earning PS20 a week on the YTS
Best thing about job: Every day is different and brings its challenges.