Companies back investment as In-Comm announces 23 new apprentices.
Make UK to create the next generation of innovators with Government apprenticeship giveaway.
Three Birmingham woman are in the running for prestigious transport awards.
Your chance to learn from a top forty producer.
Birmingham Royal Ballet, Sir David Bintley, bbodance, narrate the lockdown experience of young students.
Training available in South Asian and Contemporary styles.
Tune into employment opportunities thanks to community worker.
Coventry artistic community pulling together.
New initiative allows experienced professionals to help new starters.
Call assessor featured in NHS anniversary pictures.
Sir David Bintley joins Brandon Lawrence for Choreographic Challenge.
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.
Make UK trainees return after lockdown.
Online aim to stimulate students’ creativity during lockdown.
In-Comm launches Covid-19 Secure service to help businesses get back to work.
Students perform online jam tribute of classic anthem.
City computing students take on support roles at Birmingham Women’s and Children’s Hospitals.
JS Wright apprentice wins top Midland training award.
Employers urged to take ‘Skills Pledge’ to protect pipeline of apprentices.
Pioneering digital engagement provides for hundreds of young people across the West Midlands.
Don’t put next generation of manufacturing talent on lockdown says Make UK.
Elmhurst Ballet School teacher keeps dancers on their toes during lockdown.
Employability project invests in local people helping to fulfil all-important roles.
Birmingham Rockschool keeps local music students performing together.
Birmingham Pro Class announce new programme of live streamed classes.
Outlining the ambitions that the Black Country has in the digital economy.
HRH Prince of Wales presents historic establishment with prestigious honour.
Iconic Birmingham company takes on its first apprentice for twenty years.