A new online tool to help people across the Marches update their skills, make the most of their potential and find work has been launched by the Marches Local Enterprise Partnership.
The Prime Minister has set out plans to transform the training and skills system, making it fit for the 21st century economy, and helping the country build back better from coronavirus.
• Expansion of proven model supporting young people with their career decisions and the post-covid local skills agenda • Overall, more than 2,200 schools and colleges to be covered by Careers Hubs – nearly half of all state sector • 67 schools and colleges will be part of the Marches Careers Hub
Shrewsbury Colleges Group has today broken ground on what is set to become a new centre for the teaching of motor vehicle and engineering courses.
Two teams of engineering apprentices from Shrewsbury Colleges Group have been crowned the best in the UK after designing and building a remote-control crane from scratch.
A new training scheme for the construction industry is helping to provide life-changing career opportunities, those behind the project say.
Three schemes to boost skills training across Shropshire and Telford & Wrekin have been awarded more than £1.1 million.
Small businesses which employ apprentices across the Marches are being urged to help test the digital apprenticeship service.
The industry placement is a critical part of the T Level qualification giving young people the chance to gain vital hands on workplace experience in their chosen profession Education Secretary Damian Hinds has said, as he unveils a new package of support for employers.
More teenagers in England may be out of education training or work (NEET) and for longer periods than previously thought, a study has suggested.