A new project will offer 16 to 24-year-olds in England work experience and training to help them get a first job.
JobCentrePlus has announced a cash incentive to encourage employers to take on a local unemployed young person.
DMXpressions Limited is a family run electrical contracting company based in Gloucester.
Gloucestershire County Council supports the change to education and training guidelines that mean young people have to stay in education or training until their 17th birthday.
Get 2,013 students working with Gloucestershire engineering and manufacturing businesses in 2013 – that’s the aim of a new project to encourage a future generation of engineers in the county.
The Challenge 2013 campaign, which is run by Gloucestershire’s Local Enterprise Partnership, will work with around 40 primary schools and six county-based engineering and manufacturing businesses with the hope of getting 2,013 school children interested in engineering and technology.
Gloucestershire Youth Support Team host a record breaking ‘What Next Event’ with more atendee's than ever.
Hundreds of people showed their support for skills at the county’s biggest apprenticeship and careers event, Gloucestershire Skillsfest 2013. The day-long event at Gloucester Rugby Club saw youngsters and business people pass through its doors to be inspired by skills training and career options. More than 60 businesses were exhibiting on the day and dozens more businesses were on-hand to give career advice and give youngsters a taste of different jobs.