The Crypt School in Gloucester is inviting alumni to help support and influence the careers choices of students.
The Government has confirmed the allocations of the £39.8bn research and development budget for 2022-25, aimed at delivering the Innovation Strategy.
The founders of a new £3 million industry-led construction training facility are planning a women-only training cohort this year.
The surgeon who performed the world’s first virtual reality operation will be the guest speaker at an event hosted by University of Gloucestershire.
Following International Women’s Day this week, (March 8), an assistant site manager is encouraging more women to enter the construction industry.
Cheltenham-based NCSC is offering free cyber training for small organisations and charities.
Gloucestershire College is offering free cyber security and coding courses.
In honour of International Women’s Day today (March 8), housing association Bromford is encouraging women to consider careers in the construction industry.
Students who successfully complete a new university foundation programme in agriculture will be guaranteed a place at the Royal Agricultural University (RAU).
Two Cheltenham schools are among eight schools nationally awarded recognition by the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC).
University of Gloucestershire postgraduate student Aimee Morse is proud to be featured in a specially commissioned painting by the Royal Geographical Society (RGS).
The Growth Hub is holding a two-day event to help company directors sharpen their business growth skills.
SGS College is offering a free eight-week entry level maths course for local people to study at home.
Bream RFC’s new eco clubhouse has taken a step forward, welcoming its first student consultant from the innovative Hartpury Sports Business Hub.
High street businesses in the Cotswold district can access one-to-one specialist support and a selection of pre-recorded webinars.
A capture the flag and cyber security learning event aimed at all levels will take place later this month.
Construction giant, Kier, has launched a degree apprenticeship programme.
University of Gloucestershire has won funding to lead a national project, aimed at driving up standards in sustainability education in universities.
University of Gloucestershire has announced a series of inaugural public lectures by leading academics, featuring a wide range of topical subjects.
The Growth Hub and GFirst LEP are launching a new pilot scheme to help drive innovation within Gloucestershire’s SME community.
A £1.9bn scheme to help young people into work has helped far fewer than hoped, according to a committee of MPs.
University of Gloucestershire’s Professor Adam Hart has launched the second series of a wildlife podcast on the BBC World Service’s Discovery channel.
University of Gloucestershire research has been awarded funding by the British Academy – the UK’s national academy for the humanities and social science.
South Gloucestershire and Stroud (SGS) College has a number of apprenticeship vacancies available around the county.
The Royal Agricultural University is proud to be flying the rainbow Pride flag from the flagpole at its Cirencester campus this month.
A business specialist from cyber and information security consultancy, Ascentor, is the guest speaker for a webinar hosted by University of Gloucestershire.
Gloucestershire College is the first college in the region to launch brand new Level 2 online cyber security and coding short courses.
Two students, who both have learning difficulties, have taken up placements at the Royal Agricultural University to help them get into paid work.
Cirencester College is holding information events for prospective students this spring.
Small and medium-sized companies (SMEs) can access free advice on adopting digital technologies.
Cheltenham Town Community Trust is working in partnership with CityFibre to deliver online and in-person teaching to school children in Cheltenham.
National Star volunteer Ade McKie has won a national green award for inspiring young people with complex disabilities to learn more about sustainability.
A Gloucestershire apprentice is striding ahead in his career, since leaving Newent Community School in 2020.
University of Gloucestershire and wealth management company St. James’s Place are launching the UK's first specialist MBA in financial planning.
Free digital learning sessions and workshops will be available on board the DigiBus around Tewkesbury over the next few weeks.
The University of Gloucestershire has unveiled a new co-funded PhD programme with Southampton FC.
Three former Hartpury students will start for Wales this weekend, as they take on Scotland tomorrow (February 12).
Applications are now open for a number of different construction and trade apprenticeship at Gloucestershire College for September 2022.
A firm of chartered surveyors, which has an office in Gloucester, has stepped up its recruitment across the business.
During National Apprenticeship Week this week, a Cheltenham company is celebrating its apprentices.
Gloucestershire College is offering a principles of cyber security short course for adults.
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