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Emily Dujon
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Top 5 most useful languages to learn

posted 18th of January 2017

Learning a language can be difficult but it is well worth the effort as it can improve your career prospects and allows you to live in other countries with ease. Some languages are spoken in multiple countries to improve worldwide communication and business so we list which languages can be the most useful to learn.

How to become a Nail Technician | LBTA

posted 16th of January 2017

Did you know that over 17,000 businesses in the UK currently employ Nail Technicians? From nail salons and nail bars to department stores and hotels, there is a constant demand for excellent nail work. Manicures and pedicures are sought after by many, and nail art is increasingly seen at the very forefront of fashion.

Career Profile: Property Manager

posted 6th of January 2017

"Although I ‘fell into property’, I can’t see myself working in any other sector. Each day is entirely different and I am constantly learning. There’s a variety of entry paths into property which is great if you don’t have a property degree."

Career Profile: Fund Management

posted 6th of January 2017

"Understanding how landlords and tenants can work together to make buildings better is at the centre of what I do, and draws on a range of key skills."

Career Profile: Surveying Apprentice

posted 6th of January 2017

"My career is my passion like Gok Wan with Fashion. Pursue a career in property and I’m sure it will surpass your expectations… it did for me."

Saffron Records

posted 6th of December 2016

Saffron Records is a music education platform for young women aged 14- 25. We provide skills development and access to industry, whilst fostering a supportive community of female creativity and self belief.

Students compete in unique 1Job Challenge day

posted 9th of November 2016

Schools across the Midlands are joining with Gordon Franks Training to run unique challenge days, which pitch student against student to win a top job. Although the job is fictitious, the aim of the event is to show young people how tough it can be to obtain work – giving them valuable insights into how they can demonstrate they have ‘the edge’ over other applicants.

What makes an AWESOME Apprentice?

posted 25th of July 2016

What do we look for from our budding apprentices for our apprenticeship programmes? Enthusiasm, attitude and a willingness and drive to learn.

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