Whether you are employed, self-employed or unemployed, you can join a cyber Skills Bootcamp with Gloucestershire College.
More than fourth fifths (84%) of university students surveyed in the South West want personal growth opportunities as much as career progression
The school will mainly cater for children with social, emotional and mental health (SEMH) needs, but will also support children with autism and speech, language and communication needs.
Do you want to know what makes Quentin Tarantino and Greta Gerwig award winners, or understand how Michaela Coel and Jed Mercurio create addictive storylines?
If school or college isn’t the right thing, Gloucester Rugby’s HITZ education programme offers an alternative for 16-18-year-olds.
For students looking for their next steps after GCSEs or A Levels, Gloucestershire College still has some limited places left for September.
Whether you want to work as a teaching assistant, in IT, business or as a tradesperson, South Gloucestershire & Stroud (SGS) College has an apprenticeship available.
Hartpury University is rated among the top 25 per cent in the UK in two categories in the 2021 National Student Survey.
Gloucestershire-based Snape Contracting has nominated one of its apprentices for the 'Rising Star' award as part of the 2021 National Apprenticeship Awards.
The University of Gloucestershire is one of 13 providers set to deliver new national Skills Bootcamps as part of an Institute of Coding-led programme.
Extending the Kickstart Scheme is vital to addressing youth unemployment, according to the National Centre for Universities and Business (NCUB).
Cheltenham’s Economic Recovery Task Force has launched a new survey of employers to understand how apprenticeships can support business recovery.
As results day approaches, students across the county will be considering their next steps – and it doesn’t have to be A Levels!
Lilian Faithfull Care is looking for people to join its team of over 420 staff.
A bill that proposes to give workers the right to flexible working from the first day of employment has received wide cross-party support.
Ribston Hall High School is set to say farewell to two of its longest standing members of staff as they head into retirement.
It has won the award by empowering students to tackle pressing global issues.
Gloucestershire College has revealed the brand new cyber and engineering facilities at its Cheltenham campus, part of the West of England Institute of Technology.
Apprentices from Renishaw, representing Gloucestershire College and UWE, were named runners up in the Engineers Without Borders competition.
Queens Hotel in Cheltenham is holding a recruitment day this Friday (9th July).
The University of Gloucestershire is joining forces with a German university to establish an institute for cyber security and digital innovation in Germany.
Gloucester’s Unilever ice cream factory in Gloucester is opening its doors to local young people with a new traineeship programme.
Students in years 11-13 with a great idea for a product or service have just a week left to enter The Cotswold Challenge.
Denmark Road High School in Gloucester has been awarded £1.15 million to build two new science labs and three new classrooms.
Researchers from the University of Gloucestershire have joined forces with a new charity centre to investigate how hydrotherapy and other treatments can help disabled people.
Cheltenham-based Harrison Clark Rickerbys solicitors is holding an online cyber conference later this year.
Health Education England has invited the University of Gloucestershire to its national conference in July where the university will run a workshop alongside Lilian Faithfull Care.
An international IT services company has donated 50 laptops to schools in Cheltenham, with the No Child Left Behind charity and local IT company Infrastar.
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GFirst LEP Education and Skills Team has launched the new NexusGlos portal, offering support to young people considering their next steps.
Gloucestershire’s brand new construction training centre will offer the UK’s first JCB plant operation trainee programme.
Gloucestershire College is delighted to be the first college in England to offer a degree apprenticeship recognised by the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC).
A SGS College scheme to help young people with disabilities into work is looking for more employers to offer placements around the county.
A brand new construction training centre in Gloucestershire is set to bring diversity into the industry in the county and beyond.
A new Hartpury University master’s degree is the first of its kind in the UK, tailored to enhancing therapy and rehabilitation treatment for riders, whilst prioritising the welfare of horses.
Apprentices at Poeton Gloucester will have the opportunity to be among the first to undertake a brand new NVQ specific to the surface treatment industry.
Food supplies could be at risk this summer, according to Logistics UK, without urgent support for the logistics industry.
Gloucester-based Tayntons has a range of vacancies for solicitors and legal executives, for candidates ranging from six months PQE to a head of department.
Two Royal Agricultural University students have used their time during lockdown to come up with a business idea, which has secured them a £2,500 investment.
Gloucestershire College has around 200 Kickstart vacancies available to young people in Cheltenham, Gloucester and the Forest of Dean.
Later this month, Gloucestershire County Council’s cabinet is set to approve a £2.6 million boost for adult and community learning in the county.
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