During National Careers Week this week, UCAS will be holding live careers sessions online every day at 2pm.
Hartpury is celebrating the birth of one-in-a-million quintuplet lambs!
Scale Up 4 Growth (S4G) will deliver grant funding and support to businesses in Gloucestershire and is open for applications now.
The apprenticeship levy has failed on all key measures, according to the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD).
Vacancy levels across the UK saw a sharp decline in 2020, with jobs falling 43 per cent year-on-year as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
Careers education programmes in schools and colleges across the county have been hit by the Covid-19 pandemic.
Hartpury’s 2021 Big Careers Event has been rated an overwhelming success by students looking for advice about their next steps in employment and education.
University of Gloucestershire students had great success at The Royal Television Society (RTS) West of England 2021 Student Television Awards last night (24th February).
Following the Prime Minister’s announcement that children will return to school on 8th March, guidance around apprentices has also been updated.
Free specialist online teach-ins for employers wanting to better support disabled staff in their roles are being run by business leaders.
Jobseekers across Great Britain will benefit from new employment support to build their interview skills, find local vacancies and quickly get back into work.
The head of Gloucester Rugby’s Academy has highlighted the importance of its relationship with Hartpury in the development of potential future stars.
Whilst many businesses have been hit hard by the pandemic, one local company is looking to hire 50 people, with or without experience.
A former University of Gloucestershire student turned lecturer will be sharing his story live online next week.
More than 60,000 people have applied to study nursing this year – up a third on last year, according to UCAS.
A brand new independent department store set to open in Stroud in April is recruiting for a number of roles.
Agriculture students at Hartpury will benefit from the arrival of an exciting new addition to its award-winning commercial farm – a herd of 50 pedigree Guernsey cattle.
Gloucester City Homes (GCH) has launched an employment opportunity for six young people through the government’s £2 billion Kickstart Scheme.
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Former British champion and current international coach, Robert Flack, has been appointed as the new Modern Pentathlon Academy manager at Hartpury.
Supermarket chain Asda will donate £2 million to small businesses to help fund around 400 apprenticeships in local communities across the country.
National Apprenticeship Week this week marks the tenth anniversary of one county MP hiring his first apprentice.
Two Cheltenham schools will provide expert advices to other schools in the county, following an announcement by the government.
National Apprenticeship Week: One in five tradespeople consider apprentices more important than ever
A third of companies and tradespeople (31 per cent) who regularly hire apprentices feel that the programme has been made harder due to the pandemic.
The Co-op is set to improve employment opportunities for individuals from under-represented groups, by channelling money from big businesses to smaller firms.
The new head of animal and agriculture at Hartpury University is relishing the opportunity to enhance its reputation as a leader in industry-led research.
During National Apprenticeship week this week, discount retailer Aldi has announced it will recruit more than 200 apprentices this year.
During National Apprenticeship Week this week, local companies are reassuring young people that they are still taking apprentices on, despite the pandemic.
A series of exercise videos for children produced by a Hartpury University PhD student has had a positive impact on classroom behaviour.
Hartpury University and College have a number of jobs for the future, working on an innovative new project, available to applicants right now.
Gloucestershire County Council has funded training for nearly 150 apprentices in local businesses since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic.
This year’s University of Gloucestershire biosciences essay competition drew a record number of entries, with 207 essays received from 57 different schools across the country.
The number of digital apprentices going through end-point-assessment by the industry’s professional body has increased ten-fold over the past two years, new figures show.
The Institute of Directors (IoD) in the South West is holding an online event tomorrow (Tuesday 9th February) to tie in with National Apprenticeship Week.
Students at two Gloucestershire schools will benefit from learning in world-class education facilities, after the government announced the first participants in a new £1billion transformation programme.
Over 75 per cent of apprentices at Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust go on to find permanent work there, according to the latest figures.
Ahead of National Apprenticeship Week next week, Amazon has announced it is recruiting more than 1,000 apprentices.
Hartpury has again been judged among the cream of the crop in the UK agriculture industry, after landing another national award.
A Gloucestershire-based reading charity has donated books and comics to support the county’s children.
Apprenticeships are a hugely important part of the economy and are crucial for businesses of all sizes for long term growth.
The latest university and college application and acceptance figures from UCAS show the continued popularity of STEM subjects shows no sign of waning.
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