Impellam Group, a leading provider of managed services and specialist staffing expertise, today announced the acquisition of Career Teachers Limited, a market leader in the provision of teachers to the London and greater London market. Impellam is already strongly established in the education recruitment market through its specialist brand Celsian Education, which has a strong regional presence throughout the UK. The addition of Career Teachers to the Impellam Group portfolio lends further…Continue
Released by Karen Newton on March 7, 2014 at 14:47
Photograph shows: A welcome reception from would-be apprentices, Afia Riaz and Luke Russell
A successful two-day work placement will be added to the CVs of aspiring local apprentices, Afia Fiaz and Luke Russell after Hotel Indigo in…Continue
Released by Shobby Patel on March 7, 2014 at 14:40
Former Jack Petchey award winner Abdul Barezai plays in a well-established London based wheelchair basketball team, London Titans, who are through to the Junior Basketball Championships final competition in April.
Abdul was awarded the Jack Petchey award in September 2013 because of his participation in sport despite his disability. He started playing basketball over a year ago when he did work experience at Aspire health and fitness, a specialist gym supporting people with…Continue
Released by Dharmini Mistry on March 7, 2014 at 11:22
An upsurge of interest in Apprenticeships at Weston College is being celebrated to mark National Apprenticeship Week.
In recent years the number of Apprenticeships at the College has grown enormously, making Weston College one of the biggest facilitators of work-based training in the region.…Continue
Released by Tom Henry on March 7, 2014 at 10:25
A celebration of the diverse talent and many cultures at Uxbridge College included belly dancing, Indian head massage, African and Bangra drumming, Somalian and Bollywood dancing, a Chinese lion, and performances inspired by gender and nationality.
The event, Unity 2014, which…Continue
Released by liz Bellchambers on March 6, 2014 at 17:52
Morgan Stanley and comparethemarket.com have joined other leading employers to support the recruitment of a new generation of computing teachers.
Launched last year, the computing teacher training scholarship* scheme is funded by the Department for Education and managed by BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT. It forms part of a range of activities designed by BCS to help nurture future computing Master Teachers who will lead innovation both within their own school and in collaboration…Continue
Released by BCS Press Team on March 6, 2014 at 17:03