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Numbers add up for Deloitte chief of staff who takes on new school role

Harrogate’s Ashville College has appointed a new bursar to join its senior management team, who joins from one of the world’s best-known accountancy firms. Helen Aindow - currently chief of staff (assistant director) at Deloitte - will take up the position at the leading independent school in early July. A chartered account

Construction Skills Fund Hub in Sheffield celebrates 150th local trainee

The Building Block, one of 20 onsite training hubs funded by the Construction Skills Fund (CSF), is celebrating enrolling Ellie Revill, a 19 year old trainee bricklayer currently employed by Engie, as its 150th candidate. Coordinated by Sheffield City Council and with support from the Construction Industry Training Board (CITB), the

Leeds Trinity students support development of new streaming service, Britbox

Two undergraduate students at Leeds Trinity University are supporting the development of a new television streaming service, Britbox, in two full-time roles at ITV. Third year TV production students George Wright and Sam Tuft, have recently started working at ITV as content delivery coordinators for live content and Subscription Video on

Yorkshire engineering student bases dissertation on anti-crush safety systems

A final year student from Bradford University has been assisting a company responsible for designing and manufacturing revolutionary anti-crush and anti-entrapment systems for the materials handling industry. Edward Cook - who is studying for a BEng Mechanical Engineering at the Yorkshire University - has been working alongside Weston Handling Consultancy to

Leeds Trinity University shortlisted for work with employers at Educate North Awards

Leeds Trinity University has been shortlisted for its engagement work with regional employers at the Educate North Awards 2019. Through the Leeds Trinity Business Network, an initiative which boasts 8,000 partners, the myFuture team at Leeds Trinity offers unique business-to-business support and connects students with regional employers throughout their study. Students can

Thousands of engineers and new recruits benefit from Openreach’s Bradford training centre

An Openreach training centre in Bradford is celebrating a successful first year with news that more than 5,500 engineers and new recruits have been trained at the facility since its official launch in March last year. More than 100 trainee engineers have already been recruited in the past year from across

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