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Gloucestershire College has around 200 Kickstart vacancies available to young people in Cheltenham, Gloucester and the Forest of Dean.
Later this month, Gloucestershire County Council’s cabinet is set to approve a £2.6 million boost for adult and community learning in the county.
Enterprising students have applied the knowledge gained on business management programmes at Hartpury University to support a lifesaving charity.
Hartpury University is holding on open day on Saturday 26th June.
The Government is on the lookout for scientists as part of its efforts to combat threats from China and Russia.
Why move across the country, when you can study for your degree locally with one of the UK's top 30 universities for computer science?
Two organisations at the forefront of Gloucestershire’s cyber-tech ecosystem have formed a partnership to supercharge growth of the sector.
The Institute of Directors (IoD) is recruiting a new chair to lead its South West region, as the current chair comes to the end of his term this autumn.
Ever wondered what it’s like to work at National Star, or what sort of jobs are available?
With so many people out of work following the pandemic, sadly the fraudsters are looking to cash in with fake job ads.
New ground breaking research is underway at Hartpury University to enhance the health, welfare and milk production of dairy herds and inform best practice in the industry.
As the UK prepares to fully ease lockdown restrictions, CyNam, has announced the full line-up for its next virtual event, on Thursday (10th June).
Barnwood Construction has a number of apprenticeship vacancies available.
The National Careers Service is holding a free virtual jobs fair tomorrow (Wednesday 9th June).
Three Hartpury College students have been named in the England Colleges women’s football squad.
GFirst LEP is offering a number of free employability courses during June.
STEM students and graduates are invited to join a virtual careers event on 16th June.
The Green Britain Academy has set out to support the creation of 700,000 new green jobs in the UK by 2030.
Hartpury’s drive to keep UK farmers in touch with technological innovations and knowledge in agriculture has taken another step forward.
Future Me Gloucestershire is a new resource from the county council which supports young people to prepare for adulthood.
The Apprenticeship Management Group and the Builders Merchants Federation have teamed up to launch a new apprenticeship.
Hartpury University and Forest Green Rovers have teamed up to provide a funded opportunity to study a master’s degree in sports performance analysis, with real world experience.
Local engineering company Poeton has a number of apprenticeships available in Gloucester.
Young people training to become airline pilots in Gloucestershire are moving to a brand new accommodation centre in Cheltenham.
For year 11 students unsure about their next steps, SGS College is holding a series of taster sessions.
Gas emergency and pipeline service Wales & West Utilities has launched a recruitment drive to fill 40 operational jobs across the South West of England.
Construction is under way on a £700,000 modern arena at Hartpury to expand its range of world-leading facilities.
Think working at the hospital is all about working directly in healthcare? Think again!
Gloucestershire-based Renishaw held its first ever all-female virtual work experience week last month.
If your manufacturing business is thinking of offering placements under the Kickstart Scheme, you can work with Make UK as your Kickstart gateway.
The county council is on the lookout for people to talk about opportunities in the hospitality sector.
Whether you are looking for your first job or a change in career direction, BBC Radio 1 can help.
There is a huge range of careers in care in the county, working for different organisations and in settings from care homes to people’s own homes and day centres.
Channel 4 has unveiled the first tranche of its 4Skills initiatives designed to give career, development and training opportunities in the broadcast industry for people across the nations and regions.
For anyone who has ever felt that dyslexia has held them back, maybe they were just in the wrong industry.
CYBERUK will be taking place online today (11th May) and tomorrow, and it’s not too late to join.
Unemployed people will get the chance to train in rail track maintenance, with Gloucestershire College, Betaris Training and Dean Forest Railway, starting next week (Monday 17th May).
Cheltenham-based GCHQ is always on the lookout for experienced professionals and offers the kind of opportunities you won’t find anywhere else.
Looking for a career in catering or hospitality? Gloucestershire College has apprenticeship opportunities available now.
If you’ve ever considered a career in care, but aren’t sure what to expect, Proud to Care Gloucestershire has a series of real life stories from across the sector to watch.
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