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OPEN CALL | NORDIC FRINGE NETWORK (NFN)

OPEN CALL | NORDIC FRINGE NETWORK (NFN)

The 8th edition of Stockholm Fringe Festival – STOFF is joining forces with 3 sister festivals under the Nordic Fringe Network (NFN) umbrella to create a coherent touring pathway through the Nordics.

Open Call | Nordic Fringe Network (NFN)
Deadline: 5 March
The organisers have just opened a joint artist call for . Previous STOFF artist calls have resulted in artist submissions from nearly 50 countries and territories. NFN is now keen to reach out to artist communities in your region with this new touring opportunity.
The NFN circuit incorporates:

Nordic Fringe Network (NFN) – Open Call
The Nordic Fringe Network aims to elevate the local through the global. The NFN member festivals focus is on emerging artists but they also welcome established artists who choose to work on the fringe of the establishment.
The organisers are looking for both independent projects and also artists for their residency initiative.

  • They encourage innovative and interdisciplinary work.
  • The festivals are platforms where new work meets a new audience.
  • Artists choose if they like to do one or several of the festival editions.

Covered disciplines are: Performance art, Installations, Street art, Theatre, Dance, Video, Circus, Music, Comedy, Children arts initiatives etc.
Travel and accommodation funding is limited and may be negotiated based on production specific needs.
For more information see: docs.google.com/forms/d/e

CALL FOR ENTRIES: MODERN MINIATURES

CALL FOR ENTRIES: MODERN MINIATURES

Art on Target and Underculture will be hosting an exhibition of all submitted works at Art on Target (2 Target Kloof, Walmer, Port Elizabeth) from Tuesday 23 May to Sat 10 June , and a selected show at the National Arts Festival Fringe program (Trinity Hall, Hill Street) from Thursday 29 June to Sunday 9 July . Thereafter, it will be shown at the GFI Gallery (Park Drive, Port Elizabeth).

CALL FOR ENTRIES: MODERN MINIATURES
This call for entries is open to artists resident in South Africa.
Artists are called to interpret “MODERN MINIATURES”.
Background:
Miniature Art is a unique art form, based on a minute scale, and traces its roots back to the book paintings and illuminated manuscripts of the 7th century. Man’s fascination with creating in small scale has been evident in many of the world’s civilizations. Ancient Greeks adorned their walls with small murals while coins and rings bore engraved portraits. In the Middle-Ages, monks often embellished manuscript pages with delicate illuminations and bordered them with a red lead pigment called minimum from which miniature later evolved. Elizabethan England was noted for its miniature portraits on vellum and later ivory, which served much as small photographs do today.
Modern Miniatures:
Miniature Art today embraces a wide spectrum of subject matter, media and techniques. With minimal space requirements and favourable cost comparisons, original fine art is placed within the reach of both art lovers and collectors.
Condition of Entry:

  1. Artists may submit a maximum of 3 works.
  2. Work may not exceed the maximum size of 30x30cm. Work can be smaller than the maximum size.
  3. All media will be accepted as long as the max 30x30cm rule is adhered. Two dimensional work must be suitably framed and “ready to hang” with all hanging devices attached. Work that needs to be installed need clear installations instruction. No work will be suspended from the ceiling at the National Arts Festival venue (Trinity Hall)
  4. Artists are encouraged to work in their own genre; however this is not a prerequisite.
  5. All work must be for sale. A 30% administrative levy will be taken off your listed selling price of the work.
  6. A non-refundable entry fee of R100 per work is payable. The entry fee will be used to defray expenses: transportation, advertising, National Arts Festival registration fees and venue hire in Port Elizabeth and Grahamstown. This is payable cash on delivery of work or an eft (Name: BA Moolman, Nedbank, Cheque account 121502 5742 branch 1215 17 please use your name as reference to eft payment)
  7. Work must reach Art on Target (2 Target Kloof, Walmer, Port Elizabeth) by 16:00 on Friday 19 May late entries will not be entertained. Costs of delivery are for the artist. If you are posting the work kindly ensure delivery of the work meets the deadline. Work not selected for the exhibition, and unsold work must be collected from Art on Target (2 Target Kloof, Walmer, ) by Saturday 12 August by 16.00. Work posted/couriered to Art on Target by the artist, will be returned to the artist at the expense of Art on Target. Work not collected by Saturday 12 August, will be disposed of at the discretion of the organisers.
  8. Utmost care will be taken in handling the work, however the organisers and appointed administrators will not be held liable for any work damaged, howsoever caused. Artists are encouraged to insure their own work if they deem it necessary.
  9. Please see attached entry form which must be completed, signed and accompany your entries.
  10. The organisers, and the appointed administrators, have the right to reject work that does not meet the above criteria. This is a selected exhibition, decision on selected work for the exhibitions is final and no discussion will be entered into.

Download an entry form here.

Monash South Africa Important dates

Monash South Africa Important dates

This section outlines important dates including:

  • semester dates and holidays
  • important events and deadlines.

Census dates calendar
For overseas campus dates, see Australia and Malaysia.
View important dates for 2016.

January

03 Tue MSA reopens
03 Tue Summer School B
07 Sat Open day & Early Bird Enrolment
09 Mon Enrolment details and fee statement for semester one (S1-01) emailed to Monash student email account
14 Sat Open day & Early Bird Enrolment
15 Sun Census date for teaching period: summer semester B (SSB-01). Penalty and teaching dates vary. To check the dates for your unit, refer to MSA website.
21 Sat Open day & Early Bird Enrolment
28 Sat Open day & Early Bird Enrolment
30 Mon Exams (deferred and supplementary): begin for semester two (S2-01) 2016

February

01 Wed Exchange applications to Monash Australia & Monash Malaysia for Semester 2 deadline
01 Wed Semester one (S1-01) for Master of International Business begins
03 Fri Exams (deferred and supplementary): end for semester two (S2-01) 2016
04 Sat Course Introduction for Intake 1 for Master of Business Administration
04 Sat Open day & Early Bird Enrolment
06 Mon Exams: begin for summer semester A (SSA-02) 2016 and summer semester B (SSB-01)
07 Tue Course Introduction for Postgraduate Diploma in Accounting (PGDA)
08 Wed Commencement for Postgraduate Diploma in Accounting (PGDA)
09 Thu Exams: end for summer semester A (SSA-02) 2016 and summer semester B (SSB-01)
11 Sat Open day & Early Bird Enrolment
13 Mon Enrolments: begin for domestic and international students
13 Mon Census date for teaching period: February (FEB-ZA-02).  Last day to discontinue units in these teaching periods without incurring fees.
13 Mon Fees due for returning students: semester one (S1-01)
15 Wed Census date for teaching period: term 1 (T1-57) and trimester 1 (T1-58). Last day to discontinue units in these teaching periods without incurring fees
17 Fri Enrolments: end for domestic and international students
17 Fri Results: released for deferred/supplementary for semester two 2016 (S2-01)
18 Sat Open day
20 Mon Orientation Week: begins
21 Tue Allocate+ adjustment opens for semester one (S1-01)
24 Fri Orientation Week: ends
27 Mon Results: released for summer semester A (SSA-02) 2016 and summer semester B (SSB-01) and Term 4 (T4-57).
27 Mon Semester one (S1-01) begins

March

06 Mon Fees due for commencing students: for semester one (S1-01)
10 Fri Last day to add on-campus semester one (S1-01) or full-year (FY-01) units
10 Fri Allocate+ adjustment closes for semester one (S1-01)
11 Sat Course Introduction for Intake 2 for Master of Business Administration
19 Sun Census date for teaching period: March (MAR-ZA-02). Last day to discontinue units in these teaching periods without incurring fees.
21 Tue Public Holiday: Human Rights Day (MSA closed)
31 Fri Last day to discontinue semester one (S1-01) units without ‘withdrawn’ showing on academic record
31 Fri Census date for teaching period: semester one (S1-01). Last day to discontinue units in these teaching periods without incurring fees

April

08 Sat Graduation ceremony: South Africa
14 Fri Mid-semester break: begins
14 Fri Public holiday: Good Friday (MSA closed)
17 Mon Public holiday: Family Day (MSA closed)
21 Fri Mid-semester break: ends
24 Mon Exam timetable published: for semester one (S1-01) in the Web Enrolment System (WES)
27 Thu Public holiday: Freedom Day (MSA closed)
30 Sun MSA bursary & scholarship applications for semester two (S2-01) close
30 Sun Census date for teaching period: April (APR-ZA-02), full-year (FY-01), full-year (extended) (FY-32) and term 2 (T2-57). Last day to discontinue units in these teaching periods without incurring fees

May

01 Mon Public holiday: Workers Day (MSA closed)
01 Mon Exchange applications for partner universities Semester 1 2021 due
01 Mon Last day to discontinue semester one (S1-01) units with ‘withdrawn’ showing on academic record. Units discontinued after this date will show as a ‘withdrawn fail’
26 Fri Semester one (S1-01) ends
26 Fri Last day to discontinue semester one (S1-01) units with ‘withdrawn fail’ on academic record. Units cannot be discontinued after this date.
29 Mon Swot Vac: begins

June

02 Fri Swot Vac: ends
04 Sun Census date for teaching period: May (MAY-ZA-02).  Last day to discontinue units in these teaching periods without incurring fees.
05 Mon Exams: begin for semester one (S1-01)
12 Mon Enrolment details and fee statement for semester one (S2-01) emailed to Monash student email account
16 Fri Public holiday: Youth Day (MSA closed)
23 Fri Exams: end for semester one (S1-01)
30 Fri Census date for teaching period: trimester 2 (T2-58). Last day to discontinue units in this teaching periods without incurring fees
30 Fri Census date for teaching period: winter (WS-01). Penalty and teaching dates vary. To check the dates for your unit, refer to MSA website.

July

10 Mon Results: released for semester one (S1-01)
10 Mon Enrolments: begin for domestic and international students
14 Fri Enrolments: end for domestic and international students
15 Sat Course Introduction for Intake 3 for Master of Business Administration
17 Mon Fees due for returning students: semester two (S2-01)
17 Mon Mid-year Orientation Week: begins
18 Tue Allocate+ adjustment opens for semester Two (S2-01)
19 Wed Exam timetable published: (deferred and supplementary) for summer semester A (SSA-02) 2016, summer semester B (SSB-01) and semester one (S1-01) in the Web Enrolment System (WES)
21 Fri Mid-year Orientation Week: ends
23 Sun Census date for teaching period: July (JUL-ZA-02).  Last day to discontinue units in these teaching periods without incurring fees.
24 Mon Semester two (S2-01) begins

August

01 Tue Last day to discontinue full-year (FY-01) units with ‘withdrawn’ showing on academic record. Units discontinued after this date will show as a ‘fail’
04 Fri Allocate+ adjustment closes for semester Two (S2-01)
04 Fri Last day to add on-campus semester two (S2-01) units
07 Mon Fees due for commencing students: for semester two (S2-01)
07 Mon Exams (deferred and supplementary): begin for summer semester A (SSA-02) 2016, summer semester B (SSB-01) and semester one (S1-01)
09 Wed Public holiday: National Women’s Day (MSA closed)
11 Fri Exams (deferred and supplementary): end for summer semester A (SSA-02) 2016, summer semester B (SSB-01) and semester one (S1-01)
19 Sat Course Introduction for Intake 4 for Master of Business Administration
21 Mon Last day to discontinue semester two (S2-01) units without ‘withdrawn’ showing on academic record
23 Wed Results (deferred and supplementary exams): released for summer semester A (SSA-02) 2016, summer semester B (SSB-01) and semester one (S1-01)
27 Sun Census date for teaching period: August (AUG-ZA-02). Last day to discontinue units in these teaching periods without incurring fees.
31 Thu Census date for teaching period: semester two (S2-01) and term 3 (T3-57). Last day to discontinue units in these teaching periods without incurring fees.

September

01 Thur Exchange applications to Monash Australia & Monash Malaysia for Semester 1 2021 deadline
18 Mon Exam timetable published: for semester two (S2-01) in the Web Enrolment System (WES)
24 Sun Public Holiday: Heritage (MSA closed)
25 Mon Public Holiday: Holiday as Heritage Day falls on a Sunday (MSA closed)
25 Mon Mid-semester break: begins
25 Mon Last day to discontinue semester two (S2-01) units with ‘withdrawn’ showing on academic record. Units discontinued after this date will show as ‘withdrawn fail’
29 Fri Mid-semester break: ends
30 Sat Census date for teaching period:  trimester 3 (T3-58). Last day to discontinue units in these teaching periods without incurring fees.

October

09 Mon Re-enrolment (timely): begins for 2021
20 Fri Last day to discontinue semester two (S2-01) and full year (FY-01) units with ‘withdrawn fail’ showing on academic record. Units cannot be discontinued after this date
20 Fri Semester two (S2-01) and full year (FY-01) ends.
23 Mon Swot Vac: begins
27 Fri Swot Vac: ends
30 Mon Exams: begin for semester two (S2-01)
31 Tue Census date for teaching period: term 4 (T4-57). Last day to discontinue units in these teaching periods without incurring fees.

November

02 Wed Exams: begin for Postgraduate Diploma in Accounting
07 Mon Exams: end for Postgraduate Diploma in Accounting
12 Sun Census date for teaching period: November (NOV-ZA-02). Last day to discontinue units in these teaching periods without incurring fees.
15 Wed MSA bursary & scholarship applications for semester one 2021 (S1-01) close
15 Wed Exchange applications for partner universities Semester 2 2021 due
17 Fri Exams: end for semester two (S2-01)
24 Fri Re-enrolment (timely): ends for 2021
25 Sat Re-enrolment (late): begins for 2021. A late fee will apply
30 Thu Census date for teaching period: October (OCT-ZA-02).Last day to discontinue units in these teaching periods without incurring fees.

December

04 Mon Results: released for semester two (S2-01)
08 Fri Re-enrolment (late): end for 2021
08 Fri Exam timetable published: for summer semester A (SSA-02) and summer semester B (SSB-01) 2021 in the Web Enrolment System (WES)
16 Sat Public Holiday: Day of Reconciliation (MSA closed)
18 Mon Exam timetable published: (deferred and supplementary) for semester two (S2-01) in the Web Enrolment System (WES)
22 Fri MSA closed
31 Sun Census date for teaching period: summer A (SSA-02). Penalty and teaching dates vary. To check the dates for your unit, refer to MSA website.

NATIONAL CRAFT COMPETITION

NATIONAL CRAFT COMPETITION

A prestigious national craft competition will this year give South African crafters a wonderful opportunity to showcase their work.

National Craft Competition
South African artist and curator of the Innibos National Arts Festival John Anthony Boerma says the awards will give South Africa’s world-class crafters an opportunity to reveal the excellence of their skills.
Organised by the creative team that conceived and for over 10 years has presented the iconic Innibos National Arts Festival, the craft awards will pull together a diverse range of judges who all have one thing in common – a passion for developing South Africa’s creative talent.
These industry giants will use their years of experience to select from among the entries a collection of works that any international gallery would be glad to house.
Entries – consisting of photo submissions – have opened and close at the end of March . John Anthony explains that the panel of judges will then select the best entries to be exhibited at the Innibos National Arts Festival to be held in the Lowveld capital of Mbombela in July .
The winners will be announced at a glittering awards evening. The winner of the Platinum Award will receive R50 000, the Gold Award winner will pocket R30 000 and the Silver R15 000. There will also be merit awards for the Best Emerging Craftsmen, along with sound financial advice to grow their business. In addition, a Craft Retail Apprenticeship with Tourvest Destination Retail will be bestowed on one of the winners.
Craftsmen who marry their cultural heritage with contemporary sophistication and technical skill to create unique and unforgettable works of art, will be recognised. Entries in the disciplines of Ceramics, Beadwork, Wirework, Wood, Jewellery, Paper, Fabric Painting and Printing, Quilting, Leatherwork, Pewter, Glasswork, Embroidery and Mixed Media are invited.
John Anthony and Jan Bhuda, partners in Art Aid Africa, a company that assists in empowering skilled crafters, artists and educators, are excited about the potential of the awards to foster growth and commercial strength in the crafts industry in South Africa.
“It is important that an awareness of this wide and eclectic form of artistic expression is raised. The time has come for South African craftsmen to fully and freely express themselves,” says John Anthony.
“Innibos aims to create a platform for the development and enjoyment of all genres of art, so the National Craft Awards is a natural evolution of Innibos, which is synonymous with celebrating South African talent,” says Sandra Jacobs, one of the founders of the Innibos National Arts Festival.
It is easy to enter – and free!
Crafters wanting to enter need only send a photo of their craft work to Jan Bhuda on 083 719 1731, along with their name and surname. To give judges an idea of the size of the work, please place a standard matchbox next to your creation when taking the photo. Photos may also be emailed to John Anthony Boerma at artaid@lantic.net. Deadline for applications is 31 March .
JUDGES
The judges include Joseph Mathe (National Department of Arts and Culture: Responsible for the development of crafts), Thabo Manetsi (Director: Western and Northern Cape provinces – Leading in Heritage Development), Dawn Robertson (c eramist and CEO, Constitution Hill), Wendy Goldblatt (internationally-known ceramist; Ceramics SA founder; Craft Council of South Africa founder); Fran Stewart (Cape Craft + Design Institute’s Market Support Programme Manager); Laurette van Zyl (product developer), and artist Anna Mahlangu.
They will be complemented by another six judges who have extensive experience in craft retail. These judges are Kim Sacks (Kim Sacks Gallery is one of the foremost ceramic and African art galleries in SA), Judy Dlamini (formidable businesswoman and partner in Luminance which provides a commercial platform for local crafters), Maureen Waldeck (Brand Manager for Tourvest Destination Retail’s stores and retail brands and a seasoned retailer with an exceptional eye for merchandise), Margaret Woermann (founder of Heartworks, which sells special handmade South African items), Margie Murgatroyd (Africa Nova, finely curated African art, textiles, tribal artefacts, ceramics, jewellery and basketry), Willem Boshoff (one of South Africa’s foremost contemporary artists), Oresti Mavrodaris (designer, Elegance Jewellers, Melrose Arch), and Harrie Siertsema (Delagoa Trading, collector and art patron).
For information, please contact Jan Bhuda on 083 719 1731 or e-mail John Anthony Boerma at artaid@lantic.net
http://innibos.co.za/kuns/national-craft-competition /

Baptist Theological College of Southern Africa Registration Update

Baptist Theological College of Southern Africa Registration Update

Dear Student,
We would like to wish you all the very best for and trust that God’s hand would rest upon you as you pursue studies this year at a world-class African Seminary! Please read below carefully.
STAFF
At the close of 2016, we bid farewell to Tammy van der Walt, who joined the staff of a Curro School nearby. We’re thankful to the Lord for her service and wish her well. In , we would like to welcome Anel Engelbrecht and Michael du Toit onto our full-time admin staff. Anel will assist in Administration and Finance, and Michael will assist in Resources. May this year be a wonderful one for each of these new staff members.
STUDENT REGISTRATION (*Applies to Full-time Students only)
We’re doing registration a little differently this year and request that 3rd and 4th-year students read the Poster attached entitled, ‘Online Registrations’. However, if ANY 3rd or 4th-year student wants advice on their study progress, they should follow the time allocations by surname below. Kindly note that only second year students will need to go through the formal subject-selection registration process as they select their major, which we will simplify in the following way:
Registration for ALL second-year students opens at 8:30 am and we will register by surname:
A- G:   08:30 – 10:00 AM
H- M: 10:30 – 12:00 PM
N-S:    12:00 – 13:00 PM
T-Z :    13:00- 14:00 PM
FIRST-YEAR PLACED students for the B.TH., B.Bib., H.Cert. & H. Cert. Min. degrees will be registered as PART OF ORIENTATION. ANY other NEW student going into 2-4 year must be registered according to the time allotment above.
We trust that this will help simplify things and that your studies this year will be greatly beneficial. 
 
WEBSITE
 Have you seen our newly updated website? On the top right are links for students to the Sharepoint Portal (assignment Submission and research) and a new addition of a Student Portal. Please note that you can use your ‘student@btc.co.za’ address and your OWN NEW password to log into www.btc.co.za (Student Portal) where you will find what used to be called “Helpful Downloads”, along with MANY new features, including a Career Center. ONLY @btc email addresses can access these sites and so you cannot use a private email for security reasons.
 
REGISTRATION FORMS (what forms and why…):
1. Registration Forms (Essential ONLY if information has changed)
2. Medical Form (Residential Student Only)
3. Student Declaration (Once per year)
4. Financial Declaration (Once per year)
5. Confirmation of Studies (Once a year as per Department of Education Request)
6. Subject Selection (So that we know which courses you will be studying)
 
FEES
In case you missed the announcement, we have also attached the fees in the Zip folders below.
 
COURSE NOTES
We’re working around the clock to ensure that quality course notes will be madeavailable to you on time at the start of lectures on Monday 30th January. As soon as the e-notes are ready, we can start to email them to you. However, please ensure that your fees are paid up- no fee payment = no notes. Please do not request notes before the commencement of lectures.
 
RESEARCH TOOLS
Be on the lookout on 30th January for our latest video to be released on YouTube, and on our social media platforms, that will give you specific guidelines and updates on how the tools available to you through our sites. 
 
QUERIES
We’re a little busy, as you can imagine, so please be patient with us if you’ve emailed a request, please give us 48 hours to respond.
 DOWNLOADS: please download all the documents concerned here:
Distance Students off Campus:distance-learner-registration-documents
Full-time Students on Campus: full-time-registration-documents

Wishing you everything of the very best, and feel free to be in contact with any query or concern.

Blessings,

Dr. Desmond Henry

Registrar

Missiologist

+27 11 886 0421

des@btc.co.za

www.btc.co.za

 

Romans 15:20

“It has always been my ambition to preach the gospel where Christ was not known, so that I would not be building on someone else’s foundation.”

STUDY AT UNIVERSITY OF JOHANNESBURG (UJ) IN

STUDY AT UNIVERSITY OF JOHANNESBURG (UJ) IN

Application methods
UJ has TWO different methods of applying.  You have the option to choose only ONE of the following:

  1. Online Web Application = Free
  2. Paper-based Application = R200 
  • Applicants applying online may not subsequently apply using a paper-based application
  • Please note that receiving a UJ student number (reference number) does not imply you are a student until you have officially registered
  • Incomplete applications may result in the delay of finalisation of your application
  • Applicants must have a valid email address in order to apply online.  All Communication with regard to your application will be sent via email/sms.  Should you not have a valid email address you can create an email account using Gmail, Yahoo Mail or any other email provider you may prefer.
  • Meeting the minimum admission requirements for a specific programme does not necessarily guarantee admission to that particular programme
  • Online application related enquiries may be sent via email to onlineapp@uj.ac.za or you may contact the UJ Call Centre on 011 559 4555
  • To verify or update your email address please contact the UJ Call Centre on 011 559 4555

Closing dates:
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 Eskom Vacancies and Recruitment January 2021 – 2021

 Eskom Vacancies and Recruitment January 2021 – 2021

Eskom Vacancies December KZN | Eastern Cape | Free State | Gauteng | Limpopo | Mpumalanga | NW | Northern Cape | Western Cape

Eskom Vacancies Updated Today

 Technician x55 (Transmission-Division) Eskom Vacancy Closing Date : 1/12/2021
 Middle Manager Aviation (Transmission Division) Simmerpan Closing Date : 1/5/2021
 Senior Advisor Transformation x2 (Human Resources Division) Megawatt Park Eskom Vacancy Closing Date : 1/5/2021
 Middle Manager Project Management (Generation Division) Simmerpan Eskom Vacancy Closing Date : 1/10/2021
 Senior Supervisor Tech Switchgears (Distribution Division) Newcastle Zone Closing Date : 1/2/2021
 Officer Pricing x2 (Customer Services Division) Polokwane Eskom Vacancy Closing Date : 1/8/2021
 Officer Systems Support (Distribution Division) Westville Eskom Vacancy Closing Date : 1/2/2021
 Officer Customer Service Area (Customer Service Division) Monsterlus Eskom Vacancy Closing Date : 1/9/2021
 Technician (Field Services) (Generation Division) Simmerpan Eskom Vacancy Closing Date : 1/5/2021
 Technician (Field Services) (Generation Division) Vredendal Eskom Vacancy Closing Date : 1/5/2021
Middle Manager SHE Management (Group Capital Division) Duvha Power Station, Mpumalanga Closing Date : 1/5/2021
Senior Technician Performance and Testing x2 (Generation Division) Tutuka Power Station Closing Date : 1/5/2021
 Senior Advisor Quality Management (Group Capital Division) Duvha Power Station Eskom Vacancy Closing Date : 1/2/2021

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Puff and Pass Apprenticeships 2021 – 2021

Puff and Pass Apprenticeships 2021 – 2021

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