“Labour’s record on tackling homelessness is one of our proudest achievements in government”, says Middlesbrough MP Andy McDonald.
An education awareness event comes to the recently opened Pact House in Stanley to give people advice on a range of topics.
Graeme Walker, senior IT technician for Calibre Secured Networks Ltd, provides guidance for North East schools to improve the management of mobile devices.
Coast & Country is taking the ‘Gas Safety Week’ message to every primary school child and their family across Redcar & Cleveland.
A not-for-profit organisation that delivers crime and community safety programmes, has received £870,000 investment, spread over 3 years, to develop and improve their activities in the Tees Valley region. The funding comes from the North East Social Investment Fund, managed by Northstar Ventures.
The Academy of Joint Integrity, part of global sealing solutions specialist Flexitallic, has established a permanent presence on Teesside and will deliver industry-standard Flange Assembly/ Sealing technology Training Courses from its new Middlesbrough base.
The college – which has one of the largest A Level provisions in the region and a growing number of apprentices on its books...
Sixty North East training providers are set to benefit from an investment in new software that will improve their teaching and help them get ahead of their competitors.
A TEESSIDE college has announced it will open the North East’s first health and safety training academy this summer to unlock the aspirations of employers and students in the region.
The 2014/2015 Health and Safety Executive ( HSE) figures show that Agriculture is once again one of the most dangerous jobs in the country, and with the risks amplified during harvest season. Taking steps to alleviate risk is crucial to ensuring a smooth summer. While harvest can be a stressful time regardless of how well prepared farmers are, making the right preparations is crucial to ensuring the safety of farm workers and equipment.
Parents can use the long summer break to get their children’s eyes tested free of charge as a school holiday activity with a difference, a Bishop Auckland optician has advised.
They make Durham City a safer place to live, work and visit and now they’re receiving a welcome boost from a new link up with Durham University.
Virtual reality will be used for the first time to increase the general public’s understanding of autism, with shoppers at intu Metrocentre and intu Eldon Square donning headsets to experience a shopping centre visit from the perspective of an autistic child.
STOCKTON-ON-TEES Borough Council has agreed changes to its home to school transport policy.
The dangers of cold water shock are being spelt out to schoolchildren across County Durham by a victim’s mum.