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A Belfast telecoms company has announced it will create a new apprenticeship in response to the Belfast Telegraph’s 100 jobs in 100 days campaign.
Eric Carson, the head of Rainbow Communications, said his firm had benefited from the contribution of… Continue reading
APPRENTICES are seen as the future by Ruddington’s Elevate Recruitment and Training.
The company, which recruits staff for major national employers, is the latest to sign up to the Post’s 100 in 100 Get Notts Working campaign and has created… Continue reading
Stockport Council, in partnership with the National Apprenticeships Service (NAS) and KYP hosted a business engagement event for Stockport BME Businesses. The event on Thursday 14 June aimed to raise awareness of the opportunities and benefits of Apprenticeships in supporting… Continue reading
(drinks media wire) – Britain’s hospitality trade can create much-needed jobs and careers for young people quickly – provided the industry works effectively with government to give them a better deal. This was the message from BBPA Chief Executive Brigid… Continue reading
FEW business campaigns can have had greater impact than Gloucestershire’s efforts to recruit more apprentices.
And our two-pronged approach – the Apprenticeship Challenge campaign and the Apprenticeship Awards – have resulted in a unique partnership.
The public and private sectors… Continue reading
The BBC’s plans to recruit scores of new entrants for paid apprenticeships, in numbers deliberately above those it needs internally, rolled out at last week’s Apprenticeships and the Media event at Broadcasting House, is part of a desperately needed and… Continue reading
PARIS (Reuters) – France’s jobless total registered its biggest increase in thirteen months in April, hitting its highest level since August 1999, in a sign that labor market conditions are fast deteriorating in Europe’s second-largest economy.
Highlighting the challenges facing… Continue reading
University students should be taught skills they can easily transfer to the workplace rather than focusing on degrees and certificates, education experts say.
The emphasis needs to be on developing Emirati students; cognitive and social skills so graduates can obtain… Continue reading
The able bodied will have to work for their benefits, while those on jobseeker’s allowance must learn to read and write and create a CV, the prime minister said.
He also said Britain should consider capping the amount of children… Continue reading
Politicians are desperate to deal with the UK’s skills shortage. But are they concentrating on the young at the expense of the existing working-age population, asks social entrepreneur Colin Crooks.
Our efforts to deal with unemployment over many decades have… Continue reading
Education Secretary Michael Gove has hinted he may not introduce a new CSE-type exam alongside the expected return of O-levels.
In a speech, Mr Gove said that he expected every child to have the opportunity to take the tougher exam.… Continue reading
Fifty gifted students have been disqualified from an exam after teachers mistakenly told them they could take books in with them, a school has said.
The year 11 pupils at Kenton school in Newcastle will have to resit their English… Continue reading