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.
Barnwood is holding a careers event at Kingsholm Stadium on Thursday (May 26).
A mother whose son died in a car crash will go back to the college where he was a student, to deliver a message she hopes will prevent further tragedy.
Girls and young women in Gloucestershire are set to benefit from an innovative new mentoring initiative.
The DigiBus will be out and about in Gloucester next week, offering digital skills training to beginners.
South Gloucestershire and Stroud (SGS) College has a number of apprenticeship vacancies available around the county.
An employment skills course for anyone interested in working at Gloucester Services, but needing a little support, is back next week.
Gloucestershire County Council is hosting a careers day in July and is looking for employers to take part.
University of Gloucestershire has appointed a new professor of cyber security, with 30 years’ experience in the industry.
The inaugural Tes Safeguarding Awareness Week will examine what it means to feel safe and explore what schools can do to protect all their students.
Gloucestershire’s universities are celebrating after their research was highlighted as being ‘internationally excellent’.
Cheltenham Bournside School’s sixth form young enterprise team is celebrating after winning ‘Best Company’ in an enterprise competition.
First-class degrees were awarded to almost four in 10 students nationally last year.
Ribston Hall High School in Gloucester is celebrating the opening of its new science centre.
More than half of the research carried out at the Royal Agricultural University (RAU) has been commended as world leading, according to new research.
Gloucestershire College offers a range of apprenticeships to suit business needs.
Gloucestershire College will host a free business breakfast for local construction and building services companies at its Cinderford campus.
The annual International Society for Equitation Science Conference is taking place at Hartpury University and Hartpury College this summer.
University of Gloucestershire is hosting an anti-racism conference with Gloucestershire County Council, to help inform practice within the social work sector.
A University of Gloucestershire lecturer is the senior producer of a new BBC Radio 4 true crime series.
Research by University of Gloucestershire has led to a significant change in cricket coach development, to help prevent injuries to youth players.
Adult Education in Gloucestershire is offering a free BTEC computer course.
Matthew Burke, headmaster of St Edward’s Senior School in Cheltenham, has been shortlisted in the Tes Schools Awards 2022.
A University of Gloucestershire student has been shortlisted for a prestigious industry award celebrating the best of the next generation of nurses.
To celebrate Children’s Book Week next week, Barratt Homes has donated a collection of books to a Gloucestershire school.
An experienced UK and European patent and intellectual property attorney will present a webinar next week.
Gloucestershire College is holding a course in June to help fill essential roles in the county’s hospitals.
The University of Gloucestershire has been shortlisted in three categories for the student-led Whatuni Student Choice Awards 2022.
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