If you're aiming for a career in the ever-growing engineering, cyber and computing industries, Gloucestershire College, part of the West of England Institute of Technology, is the place to develop after your college course or A Levels.
During National Apprenticeship Week 2021, Gloucestershire College's Business Hub team invites you to virtually join them to discover apprenticeships and the incredible impact they are having across the county.
Like so many other areas, the graduate job market in the UK has been drastically changed by Covid-19, so how can graduates find a job in 2021?
Under the current Covid restrictions, students’ reliance on the internet is greater than ever, with many restricted from visiting their campus for the foreseeable future.
Students on journalism courses at the University of Gloucestershire have been guaranteed an industry mentor for the whole of their final year.
Gloucestershire-based global engineering technologies company, Renishaw, is running a virtual UK work experience programme in 2021.
Looking to upskill your existing employees into more senior roles within your business? Gloucestershire College’s Level 4 Network Engineer Apprenticeship programme provides a specialised training route.
BT Group today (27th January) announced plans to recruit more than 400 apprentices and graduates for its September 2021 intake.
Students from the University of Gloucestershire School of Media were treated to a zoom talk last week by virtual reality and visual effects pioneer Ollie Rankin, connecting in from Los Angeles.
The Covid-19 pandemic has caused significant disruption to many universities’ activities that help to drive innovation in the economy.
During National Apprenticeship Week (8th-12th February), UCAS will be holding a week of online sessions about what it’s like to study while working.
Whether you are a school leaver, a graduate, unemployed or looking for a change in career direction, transferable skills can really make you stand out from the crowd.
Gillian Tabor’s long-held passion for helping animals has helped her to make academic history at Hartpury University.
With the debate about when it is safe to reopen schools to all children rumbling on, a hygienic coating could significantly raise the hygiene levels for pupils and staff.
Since March last year, many people have been working remotely. And for some people that even means starting a new job and going straight into remote working.
This year’s Social Work Week, organised by Social Work England, takes place on 8th-12th March.
Gloucestershire Constabulary is one of 24 forces across England and Wales taking part in a national campaign to recruit 20,000 new officers.
Local councils are encouraging schools and businesses to sign up to the national business2schools scheme to help get more equipment out to families who may need it during lockdown.
Landmark reforms that will transform post-16 education and training, boost skills and get more people into work, have been published by the government.
The ongoing pandemic means colleges have to find new ways to teach their students – and Gloucestershire College is embracing YouTube.
Stroud District Council has pledged to help unemployed young people find work, as part of the government’s £2 billion Kickstart Scheme.
Looking to fast-track your business potential? The Growth Hub can help with its Road to Growth course.
The National Careers Service has brought together speakers and resources for a virtual careers fair to showcase opportunities in different sectors, and help you figure out your next move.
As part of the government’s new Kickstart scheme, Gloucestershire County Council has brought together employers from all sectors to offer over 300 job opportunities to 16 to 24 year olds across the county.
The careers and employability teams at Cleeve School and Cheltenham Bournside School are joining forces to deliver a virtual careers fair tomorrow (Thursday 21st January).
Cheltenham-based CyNam is passionate about supporting the next generation of cyber and digital professionals. That’s why it has teamed up with Gloucestershire College.
The University of Gloucestershire is working on a project called Boing, a social enterprise designed to make physical activity more playful and inclusive for primary aged school children.
The University of Liverpool is the nation’s most affordable option for prospective students looking for the perfect mix of affordability and a quality higher education, according to new research.
Do you have what it takes to become a firefighter? Then Gloucestershire Fire and Rescue Service (GFRS) wants to hear from you.
If your business is faced with reduced numbers of staff, recruitment freezes and limited spend, you don’t need to press pause on your development.
Find out about careers in the aviation and aerospace sector next month with a series of online inspirational talks.
Hartpury College has launched a new qualification providing students with the specialised knowledge to pursue a number of rewarding careers within the equine industry.
Approved by a panel of industry experts, Gloucestershire College’s cyber security degree apprenticeship, in collaboration with UWE Bristol, has been accredited with Tech Industry Gold.
The University of Gloucestershire’s postgraduate open event on 26th January is going virtual.
Local employers are invited to join Gloucestershire College's Business Hub team on Wednesday 20th January to discover more about the college's Level 3 and 5 HR apprenticeship programmes.
The University of Gloucestershire is speaking to employers about the benefits of developing digital marketer degree apprentices, as it prepares to take on its second cohort of learners.
The GEM Project aims to support people in Gloucestershire who are dealing with circumstances that may cause barriers to work and move them closer towards education, training or work.
Looking for a career in engineering? Renishaw can help point you in the right direction with its virtual event next week.
New research at Hartpury University has raised the question of whether elite athletes competing in ultra-marathons possess higher levels of mental toughness than competitors in other sports.
Applications to join Severn Trent’s New Talent schemes have opened as planned, despite the ongoing pandemic.
Thinking about your options for college next September? Gloucestershire College is holding a series of free virtual talks between 26th and 28th January.
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