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16 Feb 2021
New trade agreement with India could see more workers from India enter the UK once Covid recedes.
10 Feb 2021
‘Skills adjacencies’ need to be developed before businesses' skills gaps become debilitating.
10 Feb 2021
Insurance company AXA UK to invest £800,000 in an academy to build skills in data analytics.
4 Feb 2021
Computing, medicine and engineering subjects continue to gain popularity for students, university entry figures have revealed.
21 Jan 2021
Employers will have a central role in shaping technical education to ensure the workforce has the skills businesses need, the government has pledged.
19 Jan 2021
Rishi Sunak needs to act now, ahead of his Budget, to help protect UK companies through the Spring to ensure...
11 Jan 2021
A Midlands NHS trust has had to redeploy medical trainees to help support ward staff after its plans to bring in doctors from abroad were scotched.
7 Jan 2021
Major employers and L&D providers including Cisco, Lloyds Bank, LinkedIn Learning and The Open University have backed a campaign that...
30 Dec 2020
Individuals' adaptability and employers' understanding of the ‘inventory of skills’ held by employees will be crucial if the economy is to thrive.
29 Dec 2020
Coronavirus has forced every organisation to work in a different way and revolutionised how we use technology. But faced with...
18 Dec 2020
About 2,500 of the new roles will be at Openreach and 2,800 will be created in the BT company's supply chain as it pushes to boost fast broadband coverage.
11 Dec 2020
Employers are accelerating recruitment plans to bring foreign hires into the UK by 31 December to avoid sponsorship fees and confusing guidance.
10 Dec 2020
UK joined Finland, Sweden, Denmark and the Netherlands as the leading countries for women in IT.
9 Dec 2020
Four hundred free training courses, ranging from engineering to healthcare, will be available to adults without a qualification at A-level...