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Apprenticeship vs Degree - Which route for success?

posted 29th of October 2017

The apprenticeship vs degree debate can be argued strongly from both sides. In this blog we concentrate on the pay and earnings angle but there are non material considerations as well.

Top Career Paths to Consider in 2018

posted 2nd of October 2017

Deciding on the perfect path to take, when it comes to a career, is a daunting task. With hundreds of careers to choose from, it makes it seriously difficult pinpointing one and sticking with it for the rest of your life. Thankfully, currently, there are countless places to turn to, to help you with your dilemma, whether this is surfing the web for options or seeking advice from a reputable recruitment agency.

Charity Volunteer Work

posted 8th of August 2017

Volunteering is a great way to gain some new skills, meet new people and give back to the community. It also looks great on a CV. Here are some tips on how to start.

You can become a top Chartered Surveyor without going to uni

posted 27th of July 2017

The property industry is in desperate need of young talented professionals with the aptitude to become the next generation of leaders and experts in their field. Becoming a Chartered Surveyor is not easy - there’s no doubting that. However, working whilst you learn could place you well ahead of the competition and give you the leverage to boost your career at an early stage.

BPP Apprentice of the Year 2017 is a double winner

posted 29th of March 2017

It was double delight for a Norwich business apprentice who scooped a BPP Apprentice of the Year award for the second year running. James Davis followed up his BPP Apprentice of the Year Awards (Level 4) 2016 win with a BPP Apprentice of the Year Awards (Level 4) 2017 accolade.

Highways England calling for apprentices to help build a road network for the future

posted 20th of March 2017

Highways England is calling for apprentices to help build a road network for the future. During this year’s National Apprenticeship Week, the company responsible for operating and improving the country’s motorways and major roads, committed to recruit a further 90 apprentices. The posts will be recruited over the next seven months and come as the company increases its capability and capacity to deliver £15bn worth of improvements across the country. Highways England will continue to recruit at a similar level for the next three years at least.

Is the UK realising the benefits of on-the-job learning?

posted 17th of February 2017

Apprenticeship schemes are becoming increasingly popular as people look for more cost-effective, debt-free routes to gaining experience and full-time employment. Property maintenance providers Novus Property Solutions outlines some of the reasons why apprenticeship schemes are becoming a firm favourite among young people.

Why Businesses Need Apprentices

posted 9th of December 2016

In these times of financial uncertainty businesses need to hedge their bets and make reliable business decisions; and for many businesses apprenticeships are the answer. In this blog, The Source Skills Academy runs through some of the advantages to businesses of taking on an apprentice and how they tick some key boxes for many companies who are looking to expand or to invest in the future

Options for School Leavers following A level results day

posted 18th of August 2016

Not Going to Uni CEO Sharon Walpole speaks to Sky News about the options for school leavers following A level results day.  Is it worth going to university? Are there better routes into a fulfillling career?

Ten most popular job opportunities on Notgoingtouni July 2016

posted 1st of August 2016

A quick rundown of the ten most popular opportunities posted by employers on Notgoingtouni in July 2016 - as ranked by number of visitor views. The Top 10 jobs this month included recruitment and training vacancies within the Business Administration, ICT, Telecoms Engineering, Civil Engineering and Retail sectors.

The Ten Most Popular Job Opportunities on Not Going To Uni in June 2016

posted 1st of July 2016

Our monthly run-down of the top ten most popular apprenticeships and school leaver jobs on NGtU, as ranked by number of views. For June 2016, the Top 10 included recruitment and training opportunities within the automotive sector, business, banking and finance sectors, telecoms, construction and civil engineering industry and retail.

Top Ten Most Popular Job Opoprtunities on Not Going To Uni in May 2016

posted 1st of June 2016

Our monthly run-down of the top ten most popular jobs and apprenticeships on Notgoingtouni, as ranked by number of views. For May 2016 the Top 10 included recruitment and training opportunities within Business, Banking and Finance, Telecoms, Construction and the Civil Engineering industry.

Top Ten Most Popular Job Opportunities on Notgoingtouni in March 2016

posted 1st of April 2016

Here are the most popular job and apprenticeships on the NGTU site as ranked by number of visits to these pages. There were over 170,000 page views of opportunities in March, a month which included National Apprenticeship week so there was a noticeable heightened interest in recruitment options.

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