Careers in fashion, acting and other creative industries are to be promoted to students in an event hailed as a “first for Suffolk”. Woodbridge Visual Arts Talks 2020 will see 21 professionals sharing their experiences with an audience of 14-18-year-olds and answering their questions about career opportunities in this vibrant sector. New Anglia Enterprise Adviser […]
A leading Suffolk business has become a ‘Cornerstone Employer’, working with other employers to develop employability and skills in schools and colleges. Financial services group Scrutton Bland will be working with The Careers & Enterprise Company and the New Anglia Enterprise Adviser Network to provide young people in the Ipswich Opportunity Area with better access to […]
A time capsule containing artefacts representing the history of Ipswich and Suffolk has been buried at the new heritage centre, The Hold, on the Ipswich Waterfront.
New Anglia Local Enterprise Partnership will make anew call to businesses to help young people across Norfolk and Suffolk into employment or education through the New Anglia Youth Pledge, at an event at this week’s Norfolk Skills and Careers Festival. A record 6,000 students have registered to attend the festival at The Norfolk Showground on […]
The Education Secretary, Damian Hinds, has announced £75,000 in funding for each LEP are in England to support Skills Advisory Panels – local partnerships between public and private sector employers, local authorities, colleges and universities – to assess what skills are needed in their local area. Marking the one year anniversary of the Government’s Industrial Strategy which […]
Local MPs Jo Churchill, Liz Truss and James Cartlidge have met with Dr Nikos Savvas, Principal of West Suffolk College, to show their strong support for West Suffolk College’s bid to become an Eastern Institute of Technology.