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.
Graduates are able to command their highest salaries for six years, as employers struggle to fill vacancies.
GCSEs are over for the year and Cirencester College is holding an open evening next week.
Tyler is a business administrator apprentice at Hub8 in Cheltenham.
The recently appointed headteacher of SGS Forest High School says he is extremely confident following the school’s Ofsted inspection.
University of Gloucestershire student Holly McCann is thrilled that her work is being showcased at the 2022 World Illustration Awards.
The latest critically acclaimed drama series was directed by award-winning University of Gloucestershire graduate, Lewis Arnold.
From September, SGS Berkeley Green UTC will be offering a cyber security qualification at level 2 (GCSE equivalent).
The Countryside and Community Research Institute (CCRI) based at University of Gloucestershire is co-hosting a special community event in Stroud.
The county council’s cabinet is to be asked to approve receiving £2.6 million of funding from the Education and Skills Funding Agency for adult education.
Everyman Theatre sponsor, Investec, is funding a range of education projects, to enable the Cheltenham theatre to expand and develop its outreach work.
Cirencester-based Royal Agricultural University has entered into a partnership with the Uzbekistan Ministry of Agriculture to launch the International Agriculture University.
More people support apprenticeships than university degrees as giving the best start in life.
St Edward’s School in Cheltenham has been recognised for its outstanding progress.
St Edward’s School in Cheltenham has been awarded the highest honour from High Performance Learning.
More and more employers are turning to their local jobcentre for expert help matching jobseekers with their vacancies.
Gloucestershire-based engineering technologies company, Renishaw, is currently recruiting for over 140 different job roles.
The Scale Up 4 Growth Gloucestershire (S4GG) programme has announced more workshops for the county this summer.
The number of four-day week jobs advertised has soared over the past year.
Azets Gloucester is holding a recruitment open evening on June 16.
Free digital skills training will be on offer at locations across the Forest of Dean over the next month.
University of Gloucestershire master’s degree in cyber security has been certified by the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC).
Hartpury University’s strength and conditioning programmes have been officially certified by the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA).
South Gloucestershire and Stroud (SGS) College has several apprenticeship vacancies in a range of industries available around the county.
A University of Gloucestershire symposium will enable employers to engage with leading cyber strategists and the next generation of cyber professionals.
Ben Brilot, a lecturer at Hartpury University, has been appointed as a trustee for the National Animal Welfare Trust.
Gloucestershire’s Employment and Skills Hub, a partnership between Gloucestershire County Council and GFirst LEP, is going from strength to strength.
Cirencester’s Royal Agricultural University (RAU) has launched a pioneering twinning initiative with Sumy National Agrarian University in Ukraine.
There’s still time to apply for The Wilson’s exciting new We Are Creators programme, supporting and championing emerging local creatives.
An enterprising Royal Agricultural University student has won this year’s RAU Grand Idea competition and secured a £10,000 investment.
A University of Gloucestershire landscape architecture student has won a gold medal at his first RHS Chelsea Flower Show.
A joint project between the Royal Agricultural University (RAU) and Cirencester Golf Club has won a prestigious conservation award.
Hartpury University has announced an exciting new online postgraduate certificate in advanced veterinary nursing.
Hartpury University has been ranked the top university for lecturers and teaching quality at the Whatuni Student Choice Awards.
Almost one in five UK workers plans to change jobs in the next 12 months, in search of better pay and job satisfaction.
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