Nottingham City has improved on last year’s record number of young people who are in education, employment or training (EET). 2820 sixteen year olds completed Year 11 last term. Of those: • 96.9 per cent went into further education, employment and training – up from 95.1 per cent in 2014 • 2.3 per cent (66) […]
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Young people looking for work and apprenticeships have the opportunity to meet with potential employers next week. The Nottingham Apprenticeship Fair is aimed at 16 to 24-year-olds considering their next career move, and will bring together training providers, employers with vacancies to fill, advice on applications, apprenticeships and a number of schemes to support young […]
An apprentice from Nottingham City Council’s Adult Social Care team has been nominated for Apprentice of the Year. The awards, run by the Public Service People Managers’ Association (PPMA) are to celebrate exceptional apprentices who are excited by learning. They honour those who are committed to building a career and have the potential and talent […]
Nottingham City Council has been honoured with 3 prestigious national awards for its innovative work to drive up standards. Frontline services, business support and a campaign to improve school attendance were all praised at the MJ Local Government Achievement Awards ceremony in London on Thursday 18 June. The awards were for: Best Council Service Team […]
Young people across Nottingham are getting a step on the career ladder thanks to Nottingham City Council’s commitment to Apprenticeships. The City Council is proud to be a regional leader by increasing its intake of Apprenticeships in the last few years and this month, 50 new apprentices joined the organisation in a variety of different […]
A record number of 16 and 17 and year olds (92.3%) in Nottingham City are now in further education, employment or training. This means that Nottingham has the highest number of summer 2014 school leavers in further education, employment or training of all the Core Cities* and more than the national average which is 90.2%. […]
National Apprenticeship Week runs from 9 to 13 March 2015 and will celebrate apprenticeships and the positive impact they have on individuals, businesses and the wider economy.