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MOD Digital Technology Apprenticeship

The Ministry of Defence is on the look out for technology savvy, problem solving individuals to be part of our Digital Technology Apprenticeship. 

The Best Places for Young Professionals to Start Their Careers

With hundreds of thousands of young people each year embarking upon the beginning of their careers, searching for the ‘dream job’ in the ‘dream city’ where there is plenty of social life to compliment their new lives as young professionals can be tough.

Top 4 Cybersecurity tips for the start of term

The beginning of the new term brings many changes for those taking their first steps into higher and further education: new places, new routines, new friends…and new cybersecurity risks.

Student Loans Company appoints new Chief Information Officer (CIO)

Stephen Campbell has been appointed Chief Information Officer (CIO) at the Student Loans Company.

Application Form Job Search Advice

Why the application form is important to colleges when recruiting staff. Sharron Probert, Director at OnlyFE shares some job search tips on Application forms and why they are important to colleges when recruiting staff:

Lessons cancelled for week as Islington school transformed into a working theatre

Award-winning director to promote essential life skills through drama, music and the arts

Katie Posner announced as new patron of Arts Insight 

Exemplar Education continues record growth with two new appointments

Today (2 Sept), the UK’s biggest home learning support provider, Exemplar Education, has announced the appointment of two senior members of staff as the company's record growth continues, with 400,000 children already registered on Exemplar Education programmes in the UK.

70% of schools are considering introducing an #eSports curriculum

Inspiring Creativity in young people by Reimagining Iconic Shakespeare Scenes

New research from digital technology company Adobe has revealed that 77% of those 11-18 year olds who struggle to understand William Shakespeare’s plays say it is because of the challenging language, with 29% saying that modern day interpretations of the plays would help with their understanding of Shakespeare. Following news in August of a decline in the number of young people studying English at A-Level, Adobe surveyed 2,000 UK school- and college-age people to understand this further and found that almost one fifth (19%) would welcome digital technology being used to help them visualise Shakespeare better in the classroom.

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