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Four voluntary and community sector organisations in the region have been granted a total of £150,581 by the West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA) to employ ‘Numeracy Champions’ to deliver training
Since going on a TV production skills course funded by the West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA) Sador Zerie’s career has catapulted to such an extent that the 24-year-old found himself working behind the camera on ‘This Town’
A new Science, Technology, Engineering, and Maths (STEM) Centre at Cadbury Sixth Form College in Kings Norton, Birmingham will open later this month (November).
BMet College is celebrating the launch of a new partnership that will benefit law students.
The West Midlands has been chosen to host the UK’s flagship cyber conference for the first time next year, bringing thousands of the world’s leaders in global cyber security to the region.
A Level students at Cadbury Sixth Form College in Kings Norton, Birmingham, have been celebrating their much-anticipated results today (Thursday 17th August), with an increase in the pass rate for the third year running.
Funding of almost £80,000 from the Wesleyan Foundation enabled the Little Chicks Life Lessons programme to be delivered to 10 primary schools across the West Midlands. It provided 9,450 books and reached around 3,150 primary school children.
A new Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) centre at Cadbury Sixth Form College in Kings Norton, Birmingham is making great headway for local students.
More free training is now available to support those looking to start a new career in digital, health and green industries thanks to a Government skills grant awarded to the region.
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