Bank of Ireland UK is making strides towards helping ensure that today's young people have the skills, ambition and knowledge to take up the jobs of the future.
Last week, we featured private bank and wealth management firm Coutts in our business profile series, focussing particularly on their early career and apprenticeship opportunities. This week, we interview one of their current apprentices.
Coutts, which dates back over 300 years, is a private bank and wealth management firm with offices near Temple Quay. We learn more about what they do in Bristol, and about their successful apprenticeships scheme.
Regen SW and Engine Shed have announced a new partnership aiming to support the renewable sector in Bristol.
Call for more Code Club volunteers in Bristol as schoolchildren visit Engine Shed to learn where their skills could take them.
Works are currently being undertaken on Temple Way to create a new dedicated cycle and bus lane. These works extend up to the Old Market Roundabout, and include replacing current traffic signals.
Develop Me, having been addressing the digital and tech skills gaps in Bristol-based businesses for the last 18 months, are just about to start the first cohort of their 12 week Coding Fellowship.
A car park within the Enterprise Zone will soon close for redevelopment, making way for a proposed new hotel for the city.
A new initiative from bmi regional, Engine Shed & UKTI is giving new businesses in the South West a chance to win return flights to Europe to boost their international profile.
The West of England LEP is involved in range of activities that support skills provision in the region; this is a summary of some current resources and opportunities.