Grosvenor Broad Street manager asks government to let casinos open doors.
Emma Kiernan tells her story of what it’s like to be excluded.
Birmingham 2022 and CGFP announce Sunset+Vine as Host Broadcaster.
140 IT professionals offer their services during pandemic.
Outstanding performance from apprentices hailed by bosses.
Black Country Careers Hub awarded funding to extend successful programme.
Next generation of female engineers wanted to #shapetheworld.
How working from home could accelerate youthful and residential city centres.
Make UK trainees return after lockdown.
Dave Woodhall talks to Andrez Harriott, of r’n’b band Damage and founder of The Liminality Group.
Call for Midlands Manufacturing Task Force after Rolls Royce job cuts.
Employers urged to take ‘Skills Pledge’ to protect pipeline of apprentices.
“It’s not just a theatre company, it’s a movement.”
Don’t put next generation of manufacturing talent on lockdown says Make UK.
Southside BID calls on government to #RaiseTheBar.
Richard Lutz, in isolation, watches the world go by.
Employability project invests in local people helping to fulfil all-important roles.
Doorman finally steps down from Broad Street.
Iconic Birmingham company takes on its first apprentice for twenty years.
Recruitment firm announces series of leadership development events.
Campaign results in victory for local politicians.
Showcase for skills, talent and learning.
New prospects for young Birmingham jobseekers.
National teacher recruitment drive to visit Birmingham.
In-Comm Training chosen to help deliver new Apprenticeship Levy Transfer fund.
‘Grow your own’ talent approach challenges status quo on driver shortages.
Social media highlights how every lesson shapes a life.
Edge targets Midlands graduates for testing careers.
Answers demanded to MPs’ letter to University of Birmingham over fair pay.
New funding will improve careers education for young people across the area.