Nadim Choudhury, Head of Careers at The London Institute of Banking & Finance, gives us an overview of what the clearing process entails and why it can be the perfect opportunity to get a place on your dream course.
Across the country young people and their parents are awaiting two key days in August when they find out their exam results. In the run-up to the exam results days (Thursday 17 August for A Levels and Thursday 24 August for GCSEs) stories about careers, opportunities and skills are high on the agenda. The National Careers Service is available all year around and provides free advice to young
With more than 1,800 apprentices being taken on this year, the RAF is a great choice for school leavers. So why not think about an RAF apprenticeship now?
Exam results toolkits developed by the Education and Skills Funding Agency have been published today. They're perfect for use by school pupils, their parents and careers advisers.
When looking at the most prevalent cities for apprenticeships, in comparison to internships, a North-South divide becomes apparent:
The UK’s first ever degree apprenticeship programme has been praised by the Minster for Apprenticeships and Skills as the first cohort graduated from Aston University on July 17.
Employers are being urged to offer opportunities to disengaged young people so they can get the vital work experience they need to find jobs. The call comes on National Employability Day and in the wake of a government-commissioned review of current employment practices and how they need to change to keep pace with modern business. The results of the Taylor Review were launched by the Prime Minister on Tuesday (11 July).
Having exceeded its target of recruiting an apprentice per day in 2016, Co-op Funeralcare is celebrating its 2,000th recruit, who has swapped fish & chips for Funeralcare.
On June 20th, the National Skills Academy for Health has released a new video as part of their bid to encourage SME employers to take on more than 500 apprentices in the healthcare sector by April 2018.
The Seaview Hotel, an award-winning independent coastal hotel on the Isle of Wight, has announced Liam Howes is to succeed Bruce Theobald as head chef. Liam, only 24, has been promoted from sous chef and will lead the seven-strong team of chefs in the kitchen. He will be responsible for overseeing The Restaurant, which holds a Michelin Bib Gourmand for creative and affordable food as well as the bar, offering dishes based around traditional British fayre.