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Education not for you?

Education not for you?

Posted: 15th of September 2017 by Parisha Mistry

Interested in Technology, Cyber or IT but don’t want to be stuck in an office job? Apply for Cyberspace Communications Specialist where, through an advanced apprenticeship, you will learn to maintain the latest cutting edge IT equipment and cyber defence networks.

A Month Measured In  People

A Month Measured In People

Posted: 13th of September 2017 by Emily Dujon

My month in Madagascar doing the community TEFL project has been one of the most incredible opportunities of my life. I’ve had new experiences, done things that I’m really proud of but most importantly met some amazing new people.

Careers at CGI

Careers at CGI

Posted: 24th of August 2017 by Nerys Montana

At CGI we’re offering you a unique opportunity to be part of something exciting and earn while you learn with our school leaver programmes. We’re a company that have supported over 200 satellite missions into Space, defend against 43 million cyber attack incidents each day on military and intelligence networks and infrastructure, work with 23 of the top 25 banks in both North America and Europe and employs 70, 000 professionals who serve clients from hundreds of locations worldwide.

Parents and schools play a critical role in shaping a student’s future

Parents and schools play a critical role in shaping a student’s future

Posted: 17th of August 2017 by Naomi Bourne

Exam results are really meant to be the only blot of nerves in an otherwise carefree summer for 16 and 18 year olds. Having slaved away towards their final GCSE and A-Level exams for the best part of the past two years, their reward is an extended summer holiday – often approaching three months – a particularly excellent result given the generally good weather Britain has basked in this year.

HIGH SPEED RAIL: THE SMART ALTERNATIVE

HIGH SPEED RAIL: THE SMART ALTERNATIVE

Posted: 16th of August 2017 by Naomi Bourne

If you’ve just got your A-Level results but you’re not sure what your next move is, then clearing and university might not be the only alternative. The National College for High Speed Rail opens its doors in September, and offers a fast track to high-level skills and a career in rail engineering.

Charity Volunteer Work

Charity Volunteer Work

Posted: 8th of August 2017 by Miro Demo

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.

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