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  • initialism UK Youth Training Scheme

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  • This month's survey now finds 1.68 million sites running on YTS, which is used exclusively by Yahoo! as a reverse proxy and connection management server for a number of its services. nginx shows the 3rd largest growth this month, climbing by more than 10\% to reach 3.35 million sites.

    Netcraft

  • This month's survey now finds 1.68 million sites running on YTS, which is used exclusively by Yahoo! as a reverse proxy and connection management server for a number of its services. nginx shows the 3rd largest growth this month, climbing by more than 10\% to reach 3.35 million sites.

    Netvouz - new bookmarks

  • This month's survey now finds 1.68 million sites running on YTS, which is used exclusively by Yahoo! as a reverse proxy and connection management server for a number of its services. nginx shows the 3rd largest growth this month, climbing by more than 10\% to reach 3.35 million sites.

    Netcraft

  • He said to me: 'I've just been speaking to your academy coach, Brian Klug at Ipswich, and they've offered you one-year YTS and two-year pro.'

    Darren Bent: 'I remember David Beckham coming up to me. I was shaking'

  • He said to me: 'I've just been speaking to your academy coach, Brian Klug at Ipswich, and they've offered you one-year YTS and two-year pro.'

    Darren Bent: 'I remember David Beckham coming up to me. I was shaking'

  • David Platt and Paul Gascoigne, who combined to score the goal that put England in the quarter-final of the World Cup, were both YTS trainees.

    The Knowledge | Which footballers have been mentioned in parliament? | John Ashdown

  • David Platt and Paul Gascoigne, who combined to score the goal that put England in the quarter-final of the World Cup, were both YTS trainees.

    The Knowledge | Which footballers have been mentioned in parliament? | John Ashdown

  • Although YTS schemes did attract a lot of flak back in the day from various quarters, some of which I think was justified they did provide opportunities for a fair number of disadvantaged young people who perhaps might not have been able to secure work otherwise.

    Guest post 19 – Sue Lyon-Jones on teaching the unteachable « Ken Wilson's Blog

  • And I think there's something inherently funny in the name Kevin which brings to mind a spotty YTS youth loading fridges from the planet Zanusi.

    No Blacks Allowed.....(?)

  • No - just like the Tories and the YTS schemes of a generation ago (that replaced real apprenticeships), they are just postponing the inevitable low grade career options (eg call centres) that will exist for these kids: Because after 30-40 years the UK still hasn't come up with an answer to creating a workforce that can sustain real wealth creation in modern industries.

    In praise of David Maddox

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