If you haven’t yet found an apprenticeship vacancy for 2021-22, Gloucestershire College has a range of opportunities across the county available now.
A new space will be opened at Gloucester library later this month, with technical expertise to boost skills and support employment.
BT is holding a series of free online events this month to help jobseekers.
A Paralympics gold medallist has visited students in the county to talk about the way technology supports Paralympians.
The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) is joining forces with big companies like Tesco.
Cotswold District Council is calling on businesses in the area to support young people aged 16-25 who aren’t currently in education, employment or training.
Cheltenham Borough Council has welcomed three new apprentices to the team this week.
Soft drink brand Lucozade has announced a new multi-year partnership with Apprentice Nation, the youth development platform.
Looking for an apprenticeship for the new term? SGS College has a number of vacancies in the county.
An organisation which runs traditional building skills courses in the Forest of Dean will be able to offer subsidised places.
Ever fancied being a police call handler? You can apply next week, but you will need to ask fast!
Gloucester-based E G Carter & Co Ltd has taken on a record number of new apprentices this year.
Kingsholm Stadium will host the Gloucester & Cheltenham Jobs Fair later this month.
As one academic year begins, thoughts immediately turn to the next and Hartpury has two virtual open events this month.
Cirencester College has been successful in gaining funding for a new T-level building from the T-level Capital fund.
If you’ve been thinking of hiring an apprentice, now is the time to act.
As schools across the UK prepare to return over the next few days, the education secretary said children must return to a normal experience.
It’s not too late to secure a place at SGS College for September.
It’s not too late to get to university in Gloucestershire this year, with clearing still open at both the University of Gloucestershire and Hartpury University.
Not sure about the current situation with furlough? You can get all the facts you need from a HMRC webinar next week.
A local automotive business has launched a recruitment drive creating new job opportunities in the area, as it continues to expand its operations.
Technology innovator Credersi has teamed up with Covid testing solutions company DAM Health to create the world’s first virtual reality Covid-19 lab training syllabus.
The government’s Kickstart Scheme to help 16-24 year olds into work, has been made simpler for employers.
The five apprenticeships are offered in the council’s finance, communications, licensing and building control teams.
The Group has been established to provide expert scientific input to inform the England tree planting programme.
Hartpury University has been ranked number one in the UK by full-time postgraduate students in the Postgraduate Taught Experience Survey 2021.
Hartpury University has made two appointments to its senior leadership team, as part of its continuing focus on the student experience.
Gloucestershire College has nearly 200 paid Kickstart vacancies up for grabs across the county.
Registrations are now open for employers to take part in Open Doors 2021, helping to close the skills gap in construction.
Stroud District Council is holding an open evening on Wednesday (18th August) about vacancies in its housing advice team.
Funding from Great Western Railway will be used to upgrade a rail simulator in Gloucester aimed at improving children's safety at level crossings.
The apprentices were challenged to create an engineering brief based on real-world problems that would improve the lives of the people living in two towns in northern Peru.
It is among a consortium of universities, colleges, councils, enterprise partners and Deloitte working together in the South West to respond to the UK’s digital skills gap.
The past 2 years have been exceptionally challenging for students, teachers and the wider community.
Starting in September, this series of training courses have been set up to support local healthcare businesses and to build confidence in the delegates in completing mandatory training.
The University of Gloucestershire and Imperial College London are coordinating new research announced by UK Research and Innovation exploring ways in which trees can help address climate change.
Hartpury University and College alumni continue to play a supporting role across a number of sports at Tokyo 2020, including equine.
A University of Gloucestershire lecturer is celebrating after being awarded the title of National Teaching Fellow today (5th August).
The University of Gloucestershire is proud to be a founder member of the University Mental Health Charter Programme, which was launched today to support students and staff.
28 staff and students from Hartpury University and Hartpury College will be in Japan this summer to compete, officiate or support the British team in the Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Hartpury's former Junior and Senior Football Academy Manager Steve Guinan is heading up a new FA initiative.
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