Gloucestershire Constabulary is offering a brand-new work experience programme, and applications open this week.
Gloucestershire College has a series of open events for prospective students coming up in November.
Two county institutions have made it to the finals of the Green Gown Awards.
More than 300 people attended a one-stop-shop recruitment event at Cheltenham Racecourse, with a large number fast-tracked into health and social care jobs.
Hartpury has been named as the no.1 specialist STEM university for local growth and regeneration.
University of Gloucestershire’s role in supporting regional growth and regeneration has been recognised in the latest release of the Knowledge Exchange Framework (KEF).
Gloucestershire Gateway Trust is holding an employment skills course next week, for anyone interested in working at Gloucester Services.
Gloucestershire College is once again able to offer ambitious individuals a chance to fast-track to a new career for free from October.
Gloucester-based Davies and Partners is delighted to announce that Matthew Verrier has qualified as a solicitor, following the completion of his training.
Eight newly qualified solicitors are celebrating securing permanent positions at Harrison Clark Rickerbys, following completion of the firm’s training programme.
Almost half (45 per cent) of UK tradespeople want to do additional training, but are unable to do so because of barriers like time and finances.
One Gloucestershire is holding a health and social care recruitment event on Wednesday (September 28).
The Royal Agricultural University (RAU) in Cirencester has been ranked in the top 10 universities in the UK for the best student experience.
Cirencester College is holding an open day for prospective students next month.
University of Gloucestershire has renewed its partnership with the Football Association to operate a national Women’s High-Performance Football Centre.
Adult Education in Gloucestershire has education and training courses available from October.
Hazlewoods accountants and business advisers have taken on a record number of apprentice recruits this year.
Hartpury University ranks first in the South West and sixth in the UK for teaching quality.
Gloucester-based Tomcat creates pioneering solutions to help children and adults with learning or sensory impairments to cycle.
Working as a freelancer while a student has two big advantages – work experience and money!
For students who aren’t enjoying year 12, there is still time to enrol at a college in Gloucestershire.
New research has revealed the top companies people want to work for right now.
Rising household bills mean people are coming out of retirement and going back to work.
It’s been four years since Gloucestershire College opened its Forest campus in Cinderford.
Gloucestershire’s universities and colleges have paid tribute to Queen Elizabeth following her death yesterday.
Advanced Russian speakers are being sought by GCHQ as part of a Government recruitment drive in response to the war in Ukraine.
Professor Andy Collop has taken up the post of vice-chancellor, principal and CEO at Hartpury University and Hartpury College.
A family wellbeing app, co-founded by a Newent-based graduate, has raised £144,000 in crowdfunding.
Aldi supported charities in Gloucestershire during the school summer holidays by donating more than 4,800 meals to people in need.
A University of Gloucestershire graduate has been appointed as an ambassador for a national BBC scheme aimed at improving the confidence of young people.
Small firms in England are being held back by poor vocational skill provision in schools, according to the latest FSB research, published today (September 2).
Business West, one of the largest Chambers of Commerce in the UK, has been chosen to run the Local Skills Improvement Plan (LSIP) in Gloucestershire.
South Gloucestershire and Stroud (SGS) College has apprenticeship vacancies available in a range of industries available around the county.
GCHQ is to fund short courses in data and software to help women into coding and cyber security.
There were happy faces at Cheltenham Bournside school as this year’s GCSE results were revealed.
Students performed exceptionally well in their specialist Engineering and Digital Technology courses.
Students at the King’s School in Gloucester celebrated the school’s best results.
Berkeley Green UTC is a STEM specialist school offering technical qualifications in Engineering, Digital Technologies, and Cyber Security.
19-year-old Ethan Noble from Brockworth has achieved an exceptional set of A Level results, while battling with a long-term health condition.
After a busy day of enquiries from those receiving exam results, RAU is encouraging students to take their time and think through all their options.
Students across Gloucestershire are celebrating the end of two years’ hard work, with their A Level results.
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