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City & Guilds and Intertrain announce the launch of the first Small Plant training programme to the Railway Industry

City & Guilds (@cityandguilds) have announced the launch of the first Small Plant Training programme for the railway industry. The programme reduces learning hours by around 30% and incorporates online and hands-on practical training thereby lowering travel costs for participants and minimising time spent on the course away from working hours.  

City & Guilds awarded new T-Level contracts in Agriculture, Environmental and Animal Care

City & Guilds (@cityandguilds) awarded contracts to deliver two new T Levels in Agriculture, Environmental and Animal Care  City & Guilds have been awarded the contracts to deliver two new T Level qualifications in  Agriculture, Environmental and Animal Care, following a tender process.

City & Guilds in partnership with EAL announce first learners in England to begin studying two newly launched T Levels.

First students begin studying City & Guilds (@cityandguilds) Construction T Levels in England and a new suite of Level 2 Construction and Building Services Engineering qualifications in Wales in partnership with EAL To help combat skills gaps in the construction industry, City & Guilds, in partnership with EAL, has announced that from the start of September the first learners in England will begin studying two newly launched T Levels.

Education organisations across the UK receive Royal recognition

46 businesses recognised by HRH The Princess Royal for excellence in training and development in 2021  City & Guilds Group (@cityandguilds) has today announced that 46 businesses will be recognised by the 2021 Princess Royal Training Awards, with six of these organisations in the education sector – including Bridgend College (@BridgendCollege), Eyres Monsell Primary School (@EyresMonsellPri), Mojatu Foundation (@MojatuF), MPCT (@MPCT_HQ), The Educ8 Training Group (@Educ8_Wales) and WenLin Chinese School (@WenLin_Chinese).

Older workers at risk of being ‘thrown on the scrap heap’ as outdated skills deem them a write off in the workplace

 

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