There has never been a more challenging time to find a new job or get on the career ladder. Whether you are looking for a new role, an apprenticeship or a first job, Punchline is here to help.
As part of the government’s new Kickstart scheme, Gloucestershire County Council has brought together employers from all sectors to offer over 300 job opportunities to 16 to 24 year olds across the county.
The University of Gloucestershire is working on a project called Boing, a social enterprise designed to make physical activity more playful and inclusive for primary aged school children.
Do you have what it takes to become a firefighter? Then Gloucestershire Fire and Rescue Service (GFRS) wants to hear from you.
If your business is faced with reduced numbers of staff, recruitment freezes and limited spend, you don’t need to press pause on your development.
Find out about careers in the aviation and aerospace sector next month with a series of online inspirational talks.
Hartpury College has launched a new qualification providing students with the specialised knowledge to pursue a number of rewarding careers within the equine industry.
Approved by a panel of industry experts, Gloucestershire College’s cyber security degree apprenticeship, in collaboration with UWE Bristol, has been accredited with Tech Industry Gold.
The University of Gloucestershire’s postgraduate open event on 26th January is going virtual.
Local employers are invited to join Gloucestershire College's Business Hub team on Wednesday 20th January to discover more about the college's Level 3 and 5 HR apprenticeship programmes.
The University of Gloucestershire is speaking to employers about the benefits of developing digital marketer degree apprentices, as it prepares to take on its second cohort of learners.
The GEM Project aims to support people in Gloucestershire who are dealing with circumstances that may cause barriers to work and move them closer towards education, training or work.
Looking for a career in engineering? Renishaw can help point you in the right direction with its virtual event next week.
New research at Hartpury University has raised the question of whether elite athletes competing in ultra-marathons possess higher levels of mental toughness than competitors in other sports.
Applications to join Severn Trent’s New Talent schemes have opened as planned, despite the ongoing pandemic.
Thinking about your options for college next September? Gloucestershire College is holding a series of free virtual talks between 26th and 28th January.
University of Gloucestershire history researchers have explored the memories and experiences of former and existing residents of Cheltenham’s Lower High Street.
Young people can enjoy long and successful careers in the cyber industry regardless of background or gender, and there's nowhere better than Cheltenham to do it.
A research team including Dr Jane Williams from Hartpury University has made recommendations to the equine industry to support horse owners affected by the coronavirus pandemic.
To support the growth of dynamic, resilient managers, Gloucestershire College offers a range of professionally accredited qualifications for local employers and their staff.
Hartpury University is carrying out new research into occupational injuries to stud and racing staff in UK horseracing.
The University of Gloucestershire prides itself on training the professionals of the future from business management to law and accountancy.
Britain’s job market strengthened for the first time in three months in December, before the renewed lockdown kicked in this week.
Nearly half (49 per cent) of the UK workforce is now working from home and one in three are neglecting their own mental health, according to new research.
Hartpury University has become a higher education partner of the Chartered Institute for the Management of Sport and Physical Activity for its specialist strength and conditioning programmes.
InfoSec People will be holding a virtual event on 13th January about hiring in the cyber/ tech market.
Why be satisfied with binge watching box-sets or streaming your favourite programmes, when you can have a career creating the TV that others watch?
The government’s latest lockdown announcement means further and higher education has moved online for at least the next few weeks.
Looking for an apprenticeship? SGS College has a number of apprenticeships available now.
Jobseekers in the South West have been supported to upskill, retrain and gain quality work experience through the government’s Sector-based Work Academy Programme (SWAP).
If you've been considering taking on new talent for your business, now is the time to do it!
Hartpury University is holding a virtual open event at the end of the month.
If you’ve ever considered becoming a firefighter, Gloucestershire Fire & Rescue is looking to recruit some extraordinary people in 2021.
During December, a Gloucestershire-based firm is supporting others in the county to find a new job for the new year.
Think your studies are complete because you’ve got a degree? Think again!
From next month, Gloucestershire County Council will be offering Kickstart placements for young people.
The first cohort of trainees at Gloucestershire College have successfully completed their eight-week training programme and will be heading out on their employment placements in the new year.
Two University of Gloucestershire professors are helping to stop rhino poaching in parts of Africa.
In preparation for next year’s National Careers Week (1st-6th March 2021), organisers are encouraging individuals and organisations to make a pledge using the hashtag #NCW2021.
Here Ben Carter, Gloucestershire College apprentice software engineer at Iress, share his experience of what life is like as an apprentice and why he decided to choose the apprenticeship route.
Work experience is a positive and important experience for students in years 10-13, but it has been unable to happen during 2020 and is unlikely to happen for much of 2021.
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