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Options for school leavers – post 16

Options for school leavers – post 16

When it comes to leaving school you can then start to consider your next steps - but what options do post 16 year old's have? Full time education: Staying full-time education is a popular option which includes sixth form college, leading onto further education...

Are school leavers unprepared for work or going straight into a career?

Are school leavers unprepared for work or going straight into a career?

A large employer in Harrogate has recently stated that many school leavers are “totally unprepared” for working life and called for more apprenticeships to support the transition from school to a career. Jonathan Lupton is the managing director of Econ Engineering, a...

Apprenticeships Could Be Your Career Starter (FE News)

Apprenticeships Could Be Your Career Starter (FE News)

Are you leaving school this summer? Thinking of heading straight into a career? There are a couple of major life routes you can follow - either jump straight into work, doing a job you already have your heart set on, or continue with further education at college in...

Juniper Training – 2021 Review

Juniper Training – 2021 Review

What a time we have had since Covid hit in March 2020! We have worked from home and switched to online learning during the pandemic - providing laptops to those who required them. But as we moved into 2021 we had the right tools in place to provide our...

Juniper Christmas Opening Hours

Juniper Christmas Opening Hours

Juniper Christmas Opening Hours Our Juniper centres (with the exception of our Juniper Chesterfield, Derby and Stockport centres) will close to all learners on Friday 17th December at 2:30pm and will re-open on Tuesday 4th January 2022 at 9:00am. Our Juniper...

The BMI Apprentice of the Year 2021!

The BMI Apprentice of the Year 2021!

We are delighted to announce that our apprentice, Brandon Mcgrail, has been short-listed for the BMI Apprentice of the Year competition 2021! The BMI Apprentice of the Year seeks to identify the industry’s Apprentices with the greatest potential and acknowledge their...

Minimum wage to increase from April

Chancellor, Rishi Sunak has announced that minimum wage increase for April 2022. Minimum wage will change from April 1st – Over-23s: From £8.91 to £9.50 an hour Aged 21-22: From £8.36 to £9.18 Aged 18 – 20: From £6.65 to £6.83 Under 18s: £4.62 to £4.81 Apprentice...

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