Newcastle College is celebrating after winning a bid to become the learning provider for the BBC’s innovative broadcast and communications apprenticeships. The apprenticeship, aimed at...
Businesses are being invited to give their views on a new qualification being offered by Teesside University to tackle the shortage of skilled web...
A family-run Stokesley bistro is helping a local teenager get her career started by supporting her studies whilst she works full-time.
AN EXPERT provider of apprenticeships, employer-led training and retraining has launched across the North of England.
TDR Training Ltd has announced plans to recruit 30 new apprentices following a recent acquisition of a North East technical training business.
AN innovate jewellery designer has taken his career full circle by taking over the business where he first learned his skills.
Two brothers are among six new apprentices who have taken up roles created by a Durham regeneration partnership. Jack Hamilton, 18, and Sam Hamilton, 16,...
A set of talented apprentices have been shortlisted for a prestigious regional apprentice award.
Ben Rees, Workshop Apprentice at HTL, an industry leading provider of controlled bolting, flange working and portable machine solutions is off to St Petersburg, Russia to represent England in the AIBA Youth World Boxing Championships.
Proposals discussed at the Tees Valley Combined Authority Board last week will see 2,000 more young people in Tees Valley helped into training or work, bring the numbers helped to over 5,300.
Budding engineer Bobbie Thackray is looking to the skies to use her new found skills to keep aircraft in full working order as she embarks on an exciting career path.
TTE is inviting aspiring engineers in Year 11 from across the Tees Valley to open evenings in November that will give them an insight into the industry and the opportunities that exist for young people.
The Tyne and Wear Metro has underlined its commitment to training and development by taking on five new apprentices at its train fleet depot in South Gosforth in Newcastle.
TEENAGERS are being offered a fresh start as part of a unique college course designed to boost their prospects.
A County Durham woman who started her successful graphic design career at a Sunderland training centre, has returned 12 years later to be the teacher instead of the