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Adult Learner week - Local MP to visit employment course

Adult Learner week - Local MP to visit employment coursePosted: 5th June 2014

As part of Adult Learners Week, local MP Stephen Williams will visit an employment course later this month. Taking place from 16th-20th June, the national Adult Learners Week initiative is aimed at getting those aged over 19 back into education and to inspire...
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Successful employment course branches out again

Successful employment course branches out againPosted: 15th April 2014

The Suited Booted Recruited programme, created by SGS College to help people struggling to find work, is now branching out again to help the unemployed enter a specific industry. The new intensive course named ‘Licence to Skill’ has been developed...
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National Apprenticeship Week - Alex Eden

National Apprenticeship Week - Alex EdenPosted: 4th March 2014

As part of National Apprenticeship Week, SGS College presents 23-year-old Alex Eden from Yate, who started an Apprenticeship in Business Administration in the summer of 2013. Alex, who studies and works at SGS College’s Filton Campus, works within the C...
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Tailored Training Created for Job Hopefuls

Tailored Training Created for Job HopefulsPosted: 5th August 2013

A Bristol-based training provider, which offers free courses to help people into employment, is making new relationships with large employers to provide tailored training to equip budding recruits with specific skills desired by the organisation. Working clos...
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Fast-Track Course Helps 50% of Learners Secure Employment

Fast-Track Course Helps 50% of Learners Secure EmploymentPosted: 11th January 2013

The highly regarded Suited, Booted, Recruited (SBR) course, available throughout Bristol and surrounding areas, is vastly increasing peoples’ chances of securing a job. Speaking to previous SBR learners in Bristol that completed the course between Novem...
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