In conjuncture with Swindon Borough Council Higher Futures are hosting an event on the 19th September at 11am in the Carriage Works, Swindon which aims to answer some of the key concerns with speakers from both QA (one of the UK’s leading educational providers) and BCS (one of the best End Point Assessment agencies for the technology sector in the country).
£10k-50k to help young people aged 11-25 to explore their heritage
Information on Apprenticeships for Employers
Across the UK, work-based learning providers are facing the challenge of using technology to support teaching, learning and assessment across curriculum areas in working environments. Providers need to develop flexible and appropriate methods of course delivery and assessment, and technology can support access to ‘any time any place’ learning that is essential for learners in the work place
WiRE Networks (Women in Rural Enterprise) provides the opportunity to share knowledge, ideas, expertise and generate business growth through referrals. WiRE is unique in its approach to business help, invaluable to all rural women in business at any stage, from the established or growing business, to new or potential businesses. WiRE members regularly meet up to network and exchange best practice. For more information about WiRE in Wiltshire and Swindon contact Hilary Shenton on 01380 698146
Business support delivered by TEN, to find out more please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or 01264 848311
UCAS is an independent charity providing information, advice, and admissions services to inspire and facilitate educational progression. UCAS is the central organisation through which applications are processed for entry to higher education. UCAS services support young people making choices after their GCSEs, as well as those applying for undergraduate and postgraduate courses.
A list of apprenticeship vacancies available in the South West.