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Scheme in United Kingdom

Scheme in North Ireland

NIJAC refers to each judicial recruitment exercise as a “scheme.”

Scheme Outreach Plan in North Ireland

NIJAC develop individual programmes of action for each recruitment competition. These are known as Scheme Outreach Plans. They are designed to attract the widest possible pool of eligible applicants.

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Schema Summary

  • Article Name: Scheme
  • Author: Agnes Murphy
  • Description: Scheme in North Ireland NIJAC refers to each judicial recruitment exercise as a scheme. Scheme Outreach Plan in North [...]

This entry was last updated: February 4, 2016

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