New on-line careers tool

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Introducing the new on-line careers tool for Worcestershire. www.skills4worcestershire.co.uk / Follow on twitter #CEC_WORCS Information about employers in Worcestershire Support for schools Worcestershire’s labour market information CV Writing Careers advice Careers events Interview tips Support for parents Career pathways

Open Doors Programme

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North Worcestershire running a great programme called ‘Open Doors’ showing school students what business is really like and allowing them to experience the world of work

Finalists announced for Worcestershire Apprenticeship Awards 2017

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30 of Worcestershire’s best apprentices, employers, training providers and schools have been announced as finalists at the Worcestershire Apprentice Awards 2017 and tables can now be booked. All 10 categories received a large amount of nominations and a record number of entries have progressed through to this year’s awards finals. Judges for the awards have… Read more »

New GCSE Grading from 2017

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Click here to find out nine things you should know about 9 to 1 GCSE grades For more information, please see the bottom of page 2 of the document for contact details.

Midland Regional Growers Celebrate Their Apprentice Of The Year Ceremony 2017

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Midland Regional Growers (MRG) are a group of independent ornamental horticultural nurseries and growers in and around the Warwickshire, Worcestershire and Herefordshire areas.  MRG have a cohort of keen and enthusiastic apprentices that are following a career in commercial production horticulture trained at Pershore College part of the WCG. The annual MRG Apprentice of the… Read more »

George Griffiths – Ping Marketing

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George Griffiths – Ping Marketing I started the look for an apprenticeship after finishing my first year of Sixth Form. I was always a difficult student to teach and found that sitting in a classroom everyday learning about subjects, that didn’t have much relevance to my choice of career, wasn’t being productive. After another year… Read more »

William Taylor – The Development Manager

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William Taylor – The Development Manager I am working as a Digital Business and IT Support Technician with The Development Manager. Having left Tenbury High School with 10 GCSE’s, and Ludlow College with 3 A-Levels, I started working at an outdoor activity centre teaching Outdoor Pursuits. I had no interest in pursuing higher education at… Read more »