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THE APPRENTICESHIPS STORE HELPS YOUNG PEOPLE IN A WIDE VARIETY OF INDUSTRY SECTORS

During National Apprenticeship Week the Apprenticeships Store will be hosting a series of sector based events. Training providers will be attending to answer any...

Resonate Music Hub looking to raise £2500 to fund Liverpool’s young musicians to attend...

A music service that provides a wide variety of music education services to a diverse range of young people in a regeneration area of...

Notre Dame Catholic College students inspired by careers day at Liverpool Football Club

A group of students from Notre Dame Catholic College in Everton were inspired recently when they visited Anfield, home of the Mighty Reds for...

Savvy Savio teacher nurturing the (martial) art of confidence, discipline and personal development

A religious education teacher at the highly acclaimed Savio Salesian College in Bootle is nurturing the art of respect, discipline and confidence mixed with...

Independent commission to shape new industrial strategy for the UK

Academics at The University of Manchester and The University of Sheffield have announced a major new independent policy commission to shape the Government’s industrial strategy. The Industrial Strategy...

GMLPF awarded funding to deliver apprenticeship support project for Liverpool City Region

Greater Merseyside Learning Providers’ Federation (GMLPF) has been awarded funding to deliver a new apprenticeship support project across the Liverpool City Region. The Apprenticeship Support...

GVA Appointed as Contract Administrator and Quantity Surveyor on £3.5m College Refurbishment

GVA Manchester has been appointed as contract administrator and quantity surveyor by Stafford College for a £3.5 million college building refurbishment. The 3,500 m2 four...

Football and golf fun days planned in Burnley this half term

The school holidays are fast approaching and Burnley Leisure has already begun to plan its half term activities. The football and golf holiday camp, based...

Politicians urged to take action on workplace racism

Researchers from The University of Manchester have met leading politicians to urge them to take action on racism in the workplace, after their research...

UCFB and Burnley Council team up to offer scholarship opportunities to students from Burnley

UCFB is delighted to announce a renewed partnership with Burnley Council that will see three students from the town awarded a £3,000 scholarship to...

What’s On during February half-term in Blackpool

This February half-term why not take a trip to Blackpool, with lots on offer during the school holidays you’re sure to find something to...

The City of Liverpool College to showcase talent and teaching during Visitor Economy Week

The City of Liverpool College will celebrate the thriving hospitality and leisure scene during Visitor Economy Week and showcase the huge contribution it makes...

Manchester appoints the Rt Hon John Bercow MP as an Honorary Professor

The Right Honourable John Bercow MP has been appointed as an Honorary Professor of Politics by The University of Manchester's School of Social Sciences. John has been...

LESEP Begins Tendering for Additional Delivery Partners for Young People Skills Project

The Lancashire Employment and Skills Executive Partnership (LESEP) has today begun procuring additional partners to deliver its ‘Moving On’ project and is inviting local...

College students pitch business ideas at Dragons Den-style event

Students from Preston’s College participated in their very own Dragon’s Den challenge by developing and pitching business concepts to a local social enterprise. Education Business...

Marvel-lous work at Rainford High

Pupils at Rainford High Technology College have created their very own magazine, with the help of Marvel Comic’s former editor. Year 12 students worked with...

Ancient figures reveal trading routes of prehistoric African civilisation

Researchers from The University of Manchester have completed the very first biological analysis of ancient terracotta figurines found in Ghana, which were created by...

Learning Works

Sign up to Continuing Education Courses, a range of Informal Adult courses & workshops delivered by Stockport Continuing Education Service. New short courses starting soon...

Central Library course is history

For the first time, Liverpool Record Office is running a special five week course, which starts on Monday 13 February (2-4pm), to give people...

Adult learning service praised in new report

More than 10,500 people enrolled on to courses at its seven sites across the city last year – with three quarters of them from...

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