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The Black Country is to become one of 20 Careers Hubs, following an announcement from the Secretary of State
The Black Country LEP has launched a new campaign to encourage small employers to make a difference to the futures of young people in the Black Country. The Give an Hour campaign is targeting SMEs to offer an hour of their time to help young people prepare for the fast-changing world of work.
The Black Country Skills Factory is trying to put together some quantitative data about employers' response to and knowledge of Apprenticeship information in the Black Country
Future Skill shortages breakfast event run by the Black Country Skills Factory at the Elite Centre for Manufacturing Skills in Wolverhampton.
The King’s CE School in Tettenhall will be opening its doors for a careers event for pupils, their families and local residents later this month.
Set up in 2013, the Black Country Skills Factory is celebrating five years of addressing skills shortages in the five transformational sectors in the Black Country
The Careers Enterprise Team at the Black Country LEP hosted an Anniversary Celebration event at Black Country Living Museum yesterday, 11 October
The new £12.5 million Black Country Elite Centre for Manufacturing Skills (ECMS) has officially been launched.
The Institute of Cast Metal Engineers (ICME) has moved its headquarters to the new National Foundry Training Centre in Dudley Port, Tipton.
Black Country announced as ‘Careers Hub’ to help transform careers education
The Black Country Skills Factory has been awarded additional Growth Funding to extend the Skills Factory programme through until March 2019. The additional funding of £317,500 is a 66% increase to the current funding and will enable the Skills Factory to continue to improve the labour market...
200 students from 14 Black Country schools and 150 business representatives attended a speed networking event last week organised by The Black Country Skills Factory in collaboration with The Black Country Chamber of Commerce.
Throughout November and December, Key Stage 4 pupils from Holly Hall Academy changed their classroom for Burton Road Community Fire Station for a series of weekly workshops geared around skills development.
The West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA) continues to build its leadership team by appointing Dr Julie Nugent as its new director of productivity and skills.
•Black Country LEP connects businesses and pupils through Enterprise Adviser Programme •85 Black Country Schools / Academies engaged •Programme success: 56 Enterprise Advisors working in schools •Young people inspired to start mapping out their future careers paths

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