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Inspiration Agenda works with Ernest Bevin College and Dunelm

02 October 2017|Number of views (150)

Leroy Kraku, London Partnership Careers Adviser, arranged a school session with Ernest Bevin College, a boys’ school in Wandsworth, and Dunelm, one of the largest home furnishings retailers in the UK.
 


An insight into EY's business apprenticeships

02 October 2017|Number of views (167)

The National Careers Service Inspiration Team has partnered with EY (formerly Ernst and Young) to organise an insight into Business Apprenticeships event for Year 12 students.


National Careers Service South West launches LMI in a Box

National Careers Service South West launches LMI in a Box

02 October 2017|Number of views (232)

Good quality Labour Market Information (LMI) can help a young person make career decisions and plan their future. In a rapidly changing local, UK and global jobs market young people can no longer solely rely upon the experiences and advice of their family and friends.


Meet the Apprentice: Building a successful activity model

02 October 2017|Number of views (104)

The London Inspiration Agenda has been working with NatWest, and its parent group Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS), since the Agenda’s launch in 2014. NatWest and RBS have supported the work with young Londoners in many ways, including hosting two of the London Annual Conferences.


Students learn to code at Wolverhampton University

Students learn to code at Wolverhampton University

02 October 2017|Number of views (112)

Students in Wolverhampton will explore the world of computer science using the latest technology in a series of interactive workshops. The workshops, for students with special educational needs and disabilities, are designed to inspire young people to consider careers in Science, Technology, Engineering,
and Maths (STEM) subjects.


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