Rolls-Royce is the latest company to join the 5% Club, a group of businesses committed to upskilling their new recruits.
A global provider of warranty solutions has been acknowledged for its commitment to staff development with a special award from Intraining.
British Steel has revealed that it has received 5,400 applications for 140 trainee positions at its Scunthorpe and Teesside operations over the last six months.
Matt Wort, a partner and health and social care specialist at Birmingham-based Anthony Collins Solicitors, makes a passionate plea for an integrated approach to social care.
CodeClan, Scotland’s first SQA accredited digital skills academy, expects to train over 250 software developers in 2017 after a recent survey revealed that three quarters of businesses will turn to Scotland to hire digital talent this year, an increase of 15% on last year’s figures.
Sky Betting & Gaming chief executive Richard Flint discusses the pros and cons of being a fast-growing tech business in Leeds…
Kiwi Education, an NCFE centre and award-winning training provider, provides an innovative commercial training offer to employers. Kiwi Education has first-hand experience of how valuable apprenticeships can be, as one of its own directors started
out as an apprentice himself.
Karen Marshall, apprentice, education and engagement lead at Accenture shared the reasons for developing a degree apprenticeship and her experience of working with the University of Sunderland…
Student Ross Wilkinson has recently completed his first year of a degree apprenticeship at Northumbria University studying BSc Digital and Technology Solutions and has found the programme has opened some new opportunities.