Gloucestershire College is holding an online event about IT and cyber apprenticeships for employers this month.
The University of Gloucestershire is holding a series of online events covering the range of business opportunities on offer.
Hartpury student Zoe Dibble and graduate Chloe Skelton have been selected to play for one of England’s elite women’s cricket teams.
Gloucestershire College and Betaris Training are set to ‘train’ the next generation of skilled railway workers with a free course starting next week (Monday 15th March).
Applications are now open for apprenticeships at Gloucester-based TBS Engineering.
Stroud District Council’s apprentice Lucy Hanman has become the first Young Apprentice Ambassador for the Stroud district.
People applying to join Gloucestershire Constabulary can now practise for a key part of the application process, thanks to a new venture launched by a team of experienced former police officers and staff.
Schools and colleges across the UK and the county begin the big return to the classroom today (8th March).
The University of Gloucestershire is holding a week of online events focused on international students this week (8th-12th March).
Women working on construction sites marking International Women’s Day say they are seeing more female faces than ever before – but more needs to be done to encourage others.
A senior lecturer from the University of Gloucestershire has been invited to speak as a witness for the House of Lords Sport and Recreation select committee next week.
The county’s biggest employer is recruiting up to 90 new healthcare support workers.
The University of Gloucestershire has set up its own picture agency, so that images taken by students can be distributed to regional, national and international newspapers and agencies.
University of Gloucestershire’s professor of cyber security has joined the advisory group for a prestigious project set up to protect financial systems against cyber threats.
Newmedica has taken on its first trainee nurse, as part of a partnership with the University of Gloucestershire to train tomorrow’s top ophthalmology nurses.
This year, National Careers Week (1st-5th March) looks a bit different, but there are still plenty of resources available online.
Marks & Spencer is offering 360 work placements to 16-24 year olds as part of the government’s Kickstart scheme.
Cyber trailblazer SGS Berkeley Green UTC has launched a BTEC in esports.
Friends of the Earth is calling on the government to create 250,000 green apprenticeships to help the UK reach climate targets
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.
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