THE North Somerset Enterprise and Technology College’s (NSETC) Young Enterprise (YE) team won the Best Trade Stand award at recent South West regional heats for the Young Enterprise’s Company Programme initiative.
The team of 12 students, called Re-kindle, competed against other schools and colleges…Continue
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A Swansea-based, family-run firm has teamed up with Gower College Swansea to nurture the next generation of engineering talent.
GLT Exports, which manufactures fire, gas and emergency alarm systems, has employed four Digital Technology students fresh from the Tycoch campus to work in its city-based premises and put through a supportive training programme.
One of the students, Tom Eynon, has been shortlisted for a national Apprentice award and another, Sean Sarsfield, was the…Continue
Released by Allison Lowe on December 16, 2014 at 11:38
Developing strong and effective relationships with trade unions is a top priority for employers in the UK today, with high profile strikes and industrial action claiming the headlines over the last year. Strained communication and mistrust between unions and both the public and private sector workforces means that organisations are still struggling from the aftermath of the breakdown and are attempting to rebuilt their reputations and balance their…Continue
Released by Laura Moran on December 16, 2014 at 9:25
Gateshead College has strengthened its commercial training operation with the creation of a dedicated new sector-based business-to-business team.
Headed up by Paul Gough, director of business development, the team will be promoting tailor-made training solutions, particularly focused on new entrant and adult apprenticeships that will enable employers to secure their future workforce skills.
Joining Paul Gough will be business development managers Andrea…Continue
Released by Andy Bruce on December 16, 2014 at 8:49
James Browne, 21, of Weston and Jake Redman, 19, of Clevedon, of the band ‘Leviathan’, will see their first dance music single released in February called…Continue
Released by Tom Henry on December 15, 2014 at 15:21
Students collect for Salvation Army Food bank
Kind hearted students studying Performing Arts at Warrington Collegiate, on hearing that 2,000 families could go hungry in Warrington this Christmas, decided that they could do something to help. They collected items for the Salvation Army Food Bank and dressed in Christmas jumpers they presented their contribution to Salvation Army volunteers, Dave Urmston and Amy Dutton, who are busy putting together food hampers for…