Month: May 2017

Could an apprenticeship be the right career move for you?

Tuesday, May 23rd, 2017

Not sure about your next career move? Find out about how our apprenticeships are helping students to develop their careers in an interview with our Apprentice of the Month Hajraah Qureshi from the University of Bath. Hajraah is a Level 3 business administration student studying at Bath College and working within the Faculty of Engineering [Read more…]

Construction Skills Centre on schedule for September Opening

Tuesday, May 23rd, 2017

Our new 2,665m2 facility at the Somer Valley Campus in Radstock will aim to become a Centre of Excellence for the Construction Industry and will:         Focus on full-time programmes for 14 to 16 year olds and 16 to 18 year olds, apprenticeships and higher education alongside programmes for the unemployed. Help learners to [Read more…]

New range of part-time courses released

Tuesday, May 23rd, 2017

Whether you want to develop your skills for work or leisure, we have the course for you. As one of our alumni members we are delighted to offer you a 10% Early Bird Discount when you enrol, online only, onto any of Love2learn leisure courses until July 31st 2017. Use code: EarlyBirdAlumni at the checkout when [Read more…]

Careers in the Arts – an interview with a leading arts recruiter

Friday, May 19th, 2017

Sophie Macpherson Ltd is a headhunting and recruitment firm based in London, serving prestigious arts world businesses and cultural organisations across the globe, such as White Cube, Sotheby’s, Science Ltd (Damien Hirst’s studio) and Pelham Communications. We spoke to Sophie Macpherson and her team about what it takes to make it in the arts world [Read more…]

Understanding apprenticeship standards: make it work for your business.

Thursday, May 18th, 2017

Thinking of taking on a new apprentice? The government is changing the way apprenticeships are funded and delivered, and employers are facing new costs now that the apprenticeship levy has come into force. If you’re taking on a new apprentice, you’ll need to follow the government’s funding and performance management rules. To help you stay [Read more…]