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An exodus of over-50s who quit work during the pandemic is fuelling wage inflation, says the boss of John Lewis.
A University of Gloucestershire cyber expert has warned that employers in Gloucestershire are finding it difficult to recruit technical graduates to meet demand.
Organisers of a Gloucester photography exhibition at the end of the month are looking for volunteers.
University of Gloucestershire has carried out the first study of its kind to examine the stress felt by professional footballers when they are loaned out to play for other teams.
The first students have graduated from the Royal Agricultural University’s state of the art Cultural Heritage Institute, based in the former carriage works in Swindon.
Code Ninjas is working to relieve any pressures felt by children already feeling overwhelmed by going back to school.
University of Gloucestershire’s teaching primary and secondary programmes have been rated ‘Good’ by Ofsted.
Six Hartpury students and alumni took part in the Rugby Sevens competition at the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham.
With school, college and university finished for the year, one college in the county has some tips for students for over the summer.
South Gloucestershire and Stroud (SGS) College has a number of apprenticeship vacancies in a range of industries available around the county.
A project to create wildlife habitats across Cirencester’s education quarter has won Environmental Project of the Year at the Cirencester Business and Community Awards.
Gloucestershire Safeguarding Adults Board is holding two train the trainer workshops for organisations with150 employees or more, which wish to have their own internal safeguarding or MCA trainer.
A team of Cirencester College students has successfully kayaked the length of the River Thames to raise awareness of water pollution.
Earlier this month, students from Balcarras, Chosen Hill and Winchcombe Schools enjoyed a week’s work experience at Gloucestershire Airport.
University of Gloucestershire graduates Gail Taylor and Teresa Hogsbjerg have swum the English Channel in memory of two of their best friends.
Students from SGS Berkeley Green UTC came third in the regional First Tech UK’s, Freight Frenzy Challenge.
Adult Education in Gloucestershire is offering a series of free online distance learning courses.
Gloucestershire College has received a gold award from the NCSC for delivering the highest standard of cyber security education.
University of Gloucestershire has reaffirmed its commitment to providing a safe and supportive community for refugees.
A team representing Gloucestershire College and the University of the West of England has won a top student engineering prize.
Hartpury College student Jack Copland has signed an extended scholar contract at Swindon Town FC.
Gloucestershire College currently has a range of apprenticeship vacancies around the county.
The hair and beauty department at SGS College’s Stroud campus is set to feature in a documentary.
Find out about the jobs on offer at Gloucester Services at the Redwell Centre in Matson tomorrow (July 13).
Gloucestershire-based Renishaw hosted teams competing in Greenpower Goblins, a competition for primary school children.
Gloucestershire College is the first college in the country to switch to 100% renewable energy, after more than 3,000 solar panels were switched on last week.
SGS College currently have 55 apprenticeship vacancies.
The RAU has achieved excellent results in this year’s National Student Survey (NSS).
A University of Gloucestershire student has been awarded first place.
Hartpury has been named as the number one English Mainstream University in the ‘Teaching on my Course’ category.
Sue Ryder is facing the worst recruitment challenge in its 65-year long history.
Coding Black Females announce the launch of a new 30-week training bootcamp.
The Gloucestershire Business School has announced the launch of its new partnership with the UK’s largest wealth manager.
A former British Antarctic Survey captain has been appointed.
The chief knowledge officer at the IASME Consortium, is among the panellists at next week’s 2022 C11 Cyber Tech Symposium hosted by University of Gloucestershire.
As Pride Month draws to a close, the 2022 UEFA European Women’s Football Championship is set to be an exemplar of LGBTQ+ inclusion.
Two years after their launch, only one in five people have heard of Technical Levels - or T Levels.
Ella Gibson from Cirencester is celebrating winning a gold medal in two consecutive World Cup stages in the 2022 Hyundai Archery World Cup for female compound archery.
University of Gloucestershire’s Dr Adeela Shafi MBE was a key speaker at the international launch of the Active Games for Change programme.
Two Cirencester College staff members have picked up a prestigious Sixth Form College Association award for Curriculum Innovation.
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