A new bus pass has been launched to give 16-18 year olds in Greater Manchester the freedom to travel, work, learn, train and play. Designed by the Youth Combined Authority (YCA), Our Pass will give young people free bus travel across the city-region from September.
We’re proud to announce that we’ve just won a new contract to deliver the Adult Education Budget (AEB) across Liverpool City Region (LCR) – worth £1m per year for up to three years.
Recent findings from the Office for National Statistics show that the UK’s unemployment rate is at its lowest level since 1974 – at just 3.8%. The figures suggest that a booming higher-skilled jobs market is the driving force behind the country’s continued record employment rates.
This week is Youth Work Week, so we’re putting the spotlight on an amazing person who has committed to making a difference to the lives of young people in Manchester.
Prince Harry paid a visit to Three Sisters Racing Circuit in Wigan last week to see for himself how a schools motorsport initiative called The Blair Project, supported by Engineering Futures, is developing STEM skills by bringing together product design, 3D printing and go-karting.
University Construction Academy And Bruntwood Deliver Success For Local Jobseeker On Alliance MBS Hotel Site
One of the first people to enrol at The University of Manchester’s Construction Academy has secured a full-time position with family-owned property company, Bruntwood.