How to improve your sales approach workshop
A free sales workshop for business owners, senior leaders and managers is being held in the Forest of Dean.
Paramedic students make a difference at Lilian Faithfull Care
Sixteen paramedic students from the University of Gloucestershire spent time working at Lilian Faithfull Care in March.
University celebrates Good report on apprenticeships from Ofsted
Apprenticeships at University of Gloucestershire have received a Good rating on all aspects, in their first inspection by Ofsted.
Hartpury professor sheds light on exercise during Ramadan
A Hartpury professor has received praise from organisers and delegates after his keynote speech at a Ramadan conference in Birmingham.
Supporting progress in the construction industry
Gloucester-based construction firm Elijah Willow Construction partners with Gloucestershire College as its apprenticeship provider.
Gloucestershire College open evening
Gloucestershire College is holding an open evening at its Gloucester campus in May.
Council supporting young people through new initiative
Cotswold District Council has launched a programme to support young jobseekers between the ages of 16 and 25.
RAU student scoops prestigious agricultural bursary
A student who took on his grandmother’s small herd of pigs has been awarded this year’s prestigious John Innes Foundation Bursary.
Webinar will help connect businesses and cyber experts
The chairman and founding director of CyNam will discuss the support it gives the regional business community, at a webinar hosted by University of Gloucestershire.
GWRT volunteer recruitment day
Gloucestershire Warwickshire Railway Trust is holding a volunteer recruitment day this week (Saturday April 2).
Local businesses celebrate Inclusive Employer Awards
Seven local businesses and organisations have just been awarded the Gloucestershire Inclusive Employer Award.
Lydney Jobs Fair – tomorrow!
Lydney Jobs and Careers Fair takes place tomorrow (March 30) at Lydney library.
SGS Berkeley Green UTC celebrates first Ofsted report
Staff and students at SGS Berkeley Green UTC are celebrating being a 'Good' school, following the school’s first ever Ofsted inspection.
University student named in Wales squad for Women’s Six Nations
University of Gloucestershire student Sisilia Tuipulotu looks set to make her Women’s Six Nations debut for Wales against Ireland on Saturday.
Public lecture on what we can learn from Nelson Mandela
A University of Gloucestershire public lecture will examine what fast-growing cities can learn from Nelson Mandela’s South Africa in the post-apartheid era.
Hartpury hosts CBBC’s Operation Ouch!
Pioneering jockey Khadijah Mellah paid a special visit to Hartpury, for the latest series of CBBC’s children’s education programme Operation Ouch!.
Volunteers wanted to help in new police role
Gloucestershire Constabulary is looking for volunteers passionate about their local community, who are willing to step up and help.
Renishaw creates discovery boxes for county special schools
Gloucestershire-based global engineering company, Renishaw, is helping nine local special schools across Gloucestershire with STEM subjects.
Latest apprenticeship vacancies with SGS College
South Gloucestershire and Stroud (SGS) College has a number of apprenticeship vacancies available around the county.
University graduates win Royal Television Society awards
University of Gloucestershire film and television production graduates were among the winners at the Royal Television Society (RTS) West of England Students Awards 2022.
University empowering young people to bring sustainability to Cheltenham
University of Gloucestershire is collaborating on a project to empower young people in Cheltenham to take positive sustainability action from school into their careers.
Digital skills training in the Cotswolds
Free digital learning sessions and workshops will be available on board the DigiBus around the Cotswold district over the next two weeks.
Boost for Hartpury women’s football and futsal
Hartpury University’s Women’s Futsal team have won the BUCS Women’s Western Tier 1 League, following a hugely successful season.
Six boys to one girl in many areas of computing education
Girls are now outnumbered six to one by boys across computer science classes, according to new research by the professional body for information technology.
Renishaw to host free educational STEM webinar
Global engineering company, Renishaw, is hosting a free webinar for schoolchildren on Saturday (March 19) to celebrate British Science Week.
Criminal hackers set 'sites' on agricultural businesses
Poorly protected farming businesses need to take the threat of cyberattacks seriously, due to the damaging follow-on effects on the rest of the supply chain.
Alumni lead the way in careers education
The Crypt School in Gloucester is inviting alumni to help support and influence the careers choices of students.
Government commits £39bn to science superpower ambition
The Government has confirmed the allocations of the £39.8bn research and development budget for 2022-25, aimed at delivering the Innovation Strategy.
Construction school plans women-only cohort
The founders of a new £3 million industry-led construction training facility are planning a women-only training cohort this year.
Surgeon who performed landmark VR operation is guest speaker
The surgeon who performed the world’s first virtual reality operation will be the guest speaker at an event hosted by University of Gloucestershire.
Assistant site manager encourages more women into construction industry
Following International Women’s Day this week, (March 8), an assistant site manager is encouraging more women to enter the construction industry.
Cyber training for charities and small organisations
Cheltenham-based NCSC is offering free cyber training for small organisations and charities.
Learn cyber security or coding in 11 weeks
Gloucestershire College is offering free cyber security and coding courses.
Gloucestershire housing association encourages women to build a career in construction
In honour of International Women’s Day today (March 8), housing association Bromford is encouraging women to consider careers in the construction industry.
Royal Agricultural University announces exciting new progression agreement
Students who successfully complete a new university foundation programme in agriculture will be guaranteed a place at the Royal Agricultural University (RAU).
Recognition for Gloucestershire schools for championing cyber skills
Two Cheltenham schools are among eight schools nationally awarded recognition by the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC).
Gloucestershire student featured in painting commissioned by Royal Geographical Society
University of Gloucestershire postgraduate student Aimee Morse is proud to be featured in a specially commissioned painting by the Royal Geographical Society (RGS).
Gloucestershire company director masterclass
The Growth Hub is holding a two-day event to help company directors sharpen their business growth skills.
Entry level maths with SGS College
SGS College is offering a free eight-week entry level maths course for local people to study at home.
Bream RFC welcomes first Hartpury student consultant
Bream RFC’s new eco clubhouse has taken a step forward, welcoming its first student consultant from the innovative Hartpury Sports Business Hub.
Digital resilience training for independent Cotswold businesses
High street businesses in the Cotswold district can access one-to-one specialist support and a selection of pre-recorded webinars.
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