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Global hotel chain Accor has today launched its first UK training academy in Hammersmith as part of plans to invest £5m in employee training, creating 3,500 jobs in the country in the next three years and taking on young unemployed… Continue reading
Modern Apprenticeships are at the centre of a plan to support the growth of Scotland’s £12.5 billion food and drink industry.
It is forecast that thousands of job opportunities will become available in the sector over the next five years… Continue reading
Twenty two students, mostly welfare, health and social care professionals, are to graduate next Wednesday from Stirling University’s Macmillan Cancer Support Welfare and Benefits course – the first of its kind in the UK.
It is designed to improve the… Continue reading
A TRAINING and regeneration company is urging businesses to offer apprenticeships to disadvantaged young people in the region.
Trescom, which specialises in helping people who face barriers get into learning and work, is working with young people with disabilities and… Continue reading
A growing number of staff at the Hollie Hill home in South Stanley in County Durham have been working with training provider Babcock International and after getting level two NVQs are now working on the next stage.
Vocational learning adviser… Continue reading
Karachi—KMC Administrator Muhammad Hussain Syed on Wednesday returned Karachi after four day visit to Istanbul (Turkey).
Prominent industrialist Sardar Yasin Malik, Siddique Shaikh of Karachi Chambers of Commerce & Industry and other members of KCCI accompanied him during this visit.… Continue reading
By Daniel Lippman
Between 90 and 95 million low-skill workers around the world could be without jobs by 2020 because there simply won’t be enough positions available for them to apply for, according to a new report from the McKinsey… Continue reading
KUALA LUMPUR — Concerted efforts must be made to tap the entrepreneurial skills and creativity talent in the younger set to realise Malaysia’s cherished ambition to emerge as a high income advanced nation, Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak said… Continue reading
WARNINGS have been sounded of a growing divide in the nation’s economic recovery after the region’s jobless total rose for the second quarter running. Nationally, unemployment fell 51,000 between February and April to 2.61 million, but in the North East… Continue reading
Nice to see similar qualification that I completed in my apprenticeship back in 1980 back on!!
We are pleased to announce that EAL’s new Level 3 Diploma in Casting Technology will be available for Centre approval and learner registrations from… Continue reading
Nick Clegg is prepared to block plans by Michael Gove to “turn the clock back” to the 1950s by replacing GCSEs with a two-tier exam system modelled on O-levels and CSEs, which were scrapped a quarter of a century ago.… Continue reading
Virgin Holidays have announced plans to create 100 retail apprenticeships, giving 16-24 year olds the opportunity to work for the UK’s number one long haul holiday company. The announcement coincides with the opening of the company’s 100th and is back… Continue reading