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University and business collaboration were down by nearly a third in the early part of the pandemic, according to new data published today (December 3).
Gloucestershire College and Betaris Training are training the next generation of skilled railway workers, with a free course starting in January.
A new professional certificate of higher education in agricultural enterprise management is set to be introduced by Hartpury University.
University of Gloucestershire’s relationship with GCHQ was celebrated as Sir Jeremy Fleming, director of GCHQ, received an honorary doctorate of science.
Two of the county’s biggest educational establishments teamed up for a sociology lecture recently.
There are just a few places left on Gloucestershire College’s new skills bootcamp in digital.
The Employment and Skills Hub is a resource for anyone in Gloucestershire, provided by GFirst LEP and Gloucestershire County Council.
SGS College has a number of apprenticeships available in the county right now.
Gloucestershire College is hosting a free cyber security workshop for local SMEs in January.
Applications are open now for AccXel’s first groundworks trainee programme.
A master’s degree programme developed by University of Gloucestershire and St. James’s Place has celebrated its first graduates.
Gloucester-based coldstore and composite panel specialist, ISD Solutions, is continuing a recruitment drive in anticipation of major growth.
Cirencester College is working to support the first group of archaeological technician apprentices in the UK.
It’s not too late to join Peer Networks for 2021. It’s a chance to meet fellow business leaders in similar sectors or situations to help solve challenges together.
Driving instructors, prison officers and forklift truck drivers are some of the jobs in greatest demand, according to the latest figures.
The Bank of England’s agent for the South West spoke at the launch of a range of new courses at the University of Gloucestershire.
Hartpury University’s MSc sports management has been accredited by the Chartered Institute for the Management of Sport and Physical Activity (CIMSPA).
For 16 to 24 year olds who need support to reach their career goals, it’s not too late!
Hundreds of staff and students of Cirencester College gathered yesterday (November 11) for a remembrance service.
University of Gloucestershire’s Dr Adeela ahmed Shafi has been presented with her MBE medal by the Princess Royal at Windsor Castle.
Leading lights from the equine industry and sport received honorary awards at Hartpury University’s graduation ceremony at Gloucestershire Cathedral.
Sports teams at Cheltenham Bournside sixth form have unveiled new sports kit, with a new sponsor to mark the return of competitive sport.
The police and crime commissioner for Gloucestershire, Chris Nelson, has opened a new centre for professional policing students at the University of Gloucestershire.
A member of Gloucester Rugby’s HITZ education programme has been shortlisted for the Physical Activity Award at this year’s HITZ Awards.
Metro Bank staff are the first in the UK to complete the Masters level apprenticeship for senior banking professionals.
The achievements of University of Gloucestershire graduates from 2020 and 2021 will be celebrated during two weeks of ceremonies.
Hartpury University’s BSc (Hons) sport and exercise nutrition programme has received endorsement from the Sport and Exercise Nutrition Register (SENR).
Inclusivity Works is offering a series of free, online lunchtime diversity sessions.
Cheltenham-based Kohler Mira is holding two open evenings for prospective apprentices and their parents.
SGS College has a number of apprenticeship vacancies available in the county.
Gloucestershire College is offering an opportunity to work towards becoming an HGV driver.
The British Racing School and Hartpury University have officially launched their Horseracing Industry degree programme.
A year 12 student studying at Sir Thomas Rich’s School in Gloucester is gearing up to celebrate the first anniversary of his micro business.
Applications are open now at the UK'S first co-funded, industry led construction school.
A record number of teenagers developed cyber security skills this summer with Cheltenham-based NCSC.
UWE in Bristol is offering a free 16-week bootcamp in games technology to adults aged 19+ living in the South West.
Employees of Pret can get more than a job – the opportunity to work towards qualifications with its in-house academy.
The Growth Hub in the Forest of Dean is holding a workshop on preparing for innovation next month.
Campden BRI is holding a number of virtual member interest groups (MIGs) for the food industry over the next few weeks.
SGS College is holding an open event for prospective students on Saturday November 27.
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