Gloucestershire-based Renishaw is celebrating the T in STEM with a technology event for pupils in years 5 to 9 (ages 9-14) next week.
Hartpury University has launched a new master’s degree to equip graduates with the expertise to meet modern standards in the global sports management industry.
Sport and physical games for young offenders makes a vital difference to their emotional stability, future education and employment opportunities, according to work being led by the University of Gloucestershire.
Students looking ahead to A-levels, T-levels and apprenticeships for September can book a place for Cirencester College’s open evening.
Tree Shop welcomed a Gloucestershire College apprentice to the team last year, with an exciting job role combining a love of the outdoors with the skills of digital marketing.
Prospective students thinking about university and the future can join UCAS/Discovery online next week.
Shoe repair and key cutting specialist, Timpson, is offering convicted criminals the chance to work for the company.
Gloucester City Homes (GCH) has taken on three local young people as trainees.
Free maths or English courses are back at SGS College for the over fifties.
Applications are open at Cheltenham Borough Council for apprenticeships in a range of areas.
Businesses in the Cotswolds will benefit from a new programme to boost their digital skills and help them adapt to a changing business landscape as Covid-19 restrictions ease.
Innovative businesses from ethnic minority backgrounds have the chance to present their big ideas in front of global brands and investors through the Innovation Challenge.
Scale Up 4 Growth has received an astonishing number of applications for the scheme designed to help Gloucestershire businesses grow.
Hartpury College is “quite simply unrivalled” at producing England U20 international rugby players, according to a new survey.
SGS College currently has 10 apprenticeships available with start dates in the next two months, in a range of industries.
A new postgraduate degree launched by Hartpury University focusing on animal welfare and the UK legal system will equip graduates with the expertise required for management roles within the animal welfare sector.
Gloucester-based BiGDUG has a number of vacancies available for the right candidates now.
Bookings are now open for Hartpury University’s next postgraduate open day in July.
A Gloucestershire business is offering free support to newly qualified teachers (NQTs) and those currently completing their teaching practice.
Evening courses for adults have restarted at Gloucestershire College, following the easing of lockdown restrictions.
A charity set up to support nurses is offering a safe and confidential space for nurses and midwives of all levels to decompress.
Cirencester’s Royal Agricultural University (RAU) is inviting students, staff, alumni, friends and well-wishers to its latest online lecture tomorrow (13th April).
Up to £60k has been made available to commission a borough-wide youth work programme in Cheltenham for 12 months, starting this summer.
An apprenticeship information session is taking place soon for those interested in health care.
Following what has been an extremely difficult year for many businesses, Davies and Partners specialist employment law team are holding an Essential Employment Law Update Seminar.
More than 2,200 employers in the South West have signed up to the Government’s flagship Disability Confident scheme to-date, showing their commitment to supporting disabled people in the workplace.
A 50p-per-week increase in Statutory Sick Pay (SSP) has been criticised by unions as "miserly".
Hartpury University has been ranked in the top 10% of universities in relation to the positive impact its specialist research and wide-ranging partnerships have on the local region.
The University of Gloucestershire is pioneering an innovative approach that will create a new generation of professionals equipped to tackle sustainability.
The Federation of Small Business (FSB) is running two online workshops for small businesses in April, in conjunction with University of West of England (UWE).
Hartpury’s resident hedgehog expert Lucy Bearman-Brown shared her specialist knowledge with millions of TV viewers this week in a feature for the BBC’s The One Show.
It’s a dream career for many young people, but how do you become a computer games developer?
The University of Gloucestershire has launched a new set of BA/BSc undergraduate and MA/MSc postgraduate courses to train future professionals in architecture, construction and the environment.
Gloucestershire College is holding a virtual open event on 26th to 28th April for students thinking of joining the college in September.
Hartpury University has teamed up with the British Racing School to develop the first degree of its kind to help staff working within UK horseracing enhance their career opportunities within the industry.
During the pandemic, students are having to overcome different and greater hardship and financial difficulties.
The University of Gloucestershire has been working with specialist creative health charity, Artlift, to develop the largest dataset of arts on prescription participants in the world.
Gloucester’s former Argos store on Eastgate Street will be one of 80 temporary new Jobcentres nationally.
Hartpury University graduate and international eventer gave an inspiring presentation to Equine Academy students about how they can achieve their goals and ambitions in sport and business.
Gloucestershire College is bucking the trend, following a report that the UK could face a “catastrophic gap” in digital skills.
Five local young people are starting work in the media, thanks to Gloucester-based Dashing Bear Productions and the government’s Kickstart Scheme.
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