Gloucestershire College is thrilled to have won two awards at last night’s Gloucestershire Apprenticeship Awards 2020.
Did you know that you could study for a degree or postgraduate qualification at Gloucestershire College?
Gloucestershire College’s Business Hub team is hosting a free webinar for employers next week (25th November) to discover the specialist IT and cyber apprenticeships available at the college.
Students who are looking to apply to university or for an apprenticeship in the next couple of years can now get their plans and options organised in one place with UCAS Hub.
GFirst LEP has launched a Careers Hub for Gloucestershire, bringing together schools and colleges with employers in all sectors from across the county.
This year’s National Apprenticeship Show is taking place virtually on 2nd December and is open for registrations from students and employers alike.
A brand new Skills Portal, making it easier for people looking for a new job to learn new skills or set up their own business, has been launched today (Tuesday 17th November).
Great careers advice can make a real difference to the lives of young people, and it starts with school. But how can a secondary school be sure whether it is providing the best careers advice for its students?
Since changing its policy on job adverts, the number of women hired for top roles at Zurich insurance has risen by 33 per cent.
Adult Education Gloucestershire’s new three week business venture course starts next Monday (23rd November).
Cheltenham-based fashion brand, Superdry, has a number of apprenticeship opportunities available with Gloucestershire College.
GFirst LEP is excited to invite schools, colleges, employers and partners to attend its official Careers Hub launch on Wednesday 18th November at 11am.
Whether your job is at risk, you have been made redundant or you would like to improve your future career prospects, Adult Education Gloucestershire is holding two online workshops to help.
Younger people have been hit hardest by redundancies during the coronavirus pandemic. You can boost your organisation and support a young worker, by hiring an apprentice who has been made redundant.
A new government jobs scheme for young people has already helped to create more than 19,000 work placements.
For students thinking of applying to do creative subjects at university, UCAS is holding online sessions this week to help them with their 2021 applications.
Azets Group is set to recruit 142 graduates and school leavers, as part of its national drive to invest in the next generation of young accounting talent across the UK.
If you are an employer with a vacancy to fill, you can promote posts on social media with the National Careers Service next Monday (16th November), while local job hunters can look for opportunities and pick up advice.
An online careers fair from the British Forces Resettlement Service is taking place on 24-26 November.
Looking for a new career or a new job isn’t just for younger people. Older workers sometimes need support too - whether they want a change in direction or have been made redundant and are looking for a new job.
With national lockdown here once again, it’s important to keep our bodies and brains active, while taking care of our mental health.
Gloucestershire College currently has talented apprentices ready and willing to start working with local companies. But why would you want to take on an apprentice during a pandemic?
Tash Bird never thought she would get a job, let alone secure one during the coronavirus pandemic. But the 21-year-old did just that and is working as a hostess with Avonmore Care Home in Bristol.
Congratulations to Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Trust, which is a finalist in the BAME Apprenticeship Awards.
As part of Occupational Therapy Week 2020 (2nd-8th November), the Royal College of Occupational Therapists (RCOT) has launched a campaign to inspire people from all backgrounds to become occupational therapists.
Hartpury University is holding a virtual open day on Saturday 28th November.
While many young people still view university as the best or only way into a career, increasing numbers are opting for apprenticeships. One local apprentice, Liam Wrenne, has shared his story of his journey into cyber.
Whether you are looking for a new job after being made redundant or you want to get the first step on the career ladder, writing a good CV has never been more important.
South Gloucestershire & Stroud (SGS) College is holding a virtual open day for all courses Saturday 21st November.
Young adults have been hardest hit by job losses during the pandemic. But now businesses can do their bit to help them get back on their feet with the government’s Kickstart Scheme.
Gloucestershire College has talented young individuals looking for apprenticeship and career opportunities with local employers in a range of sectors.
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