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Boris goes back to school

Image courtesy of Capel Manor College Boris Johnson is made an honorary student for the day at land-based Capel Manor College. Mayor of London, Boris Johnson joined over 400 new students and apprentices on the first day of their land-based, animal care and environmental courses at Capel Manor College in Enfield, London at the start of the Autumn term. Boris ... Read More »

Take the IMI Awards ‘Pit Stop Speed Challenge’!!!

Fancy a career in the automotive industry or want to try training at any level? IMI Awards is the UK’s leading awarding body for the retail motor industry. Visit us on our stand at the Skills Show 2013, 14th-16th November, at The NEC Birmingham and have a go at the IMI Awards ‘Pit Stop Speed Challenge’ which is aimed at ... Read More »

Jonas gets hands-on experience at The Skills Show 2013

Are you interested in a career in event management? Would you like to know what it’s like to be an intern at the UK’s biggest skills and careers event? Jonas is an 18-year-old from Germany who has joined The Skills Show team as a Content and Experience Intern to get hands-on experience in staging this huge event and to discover ... Read More »

Breakfast at the Gherkin – The Skills Show 2013

Moving On magazine was delighted to attend the launch of The Skills Show 2013 at the Gherkin in London on Tuesday 8th October. Moving On magazine is once again a Media Partner with The Skills Show which is the UK’s largest skills and careers event and which celebrates the importance of skills to economic growth. It is expected that 75,000 ... Read More »

Royal seal of approval for the Academy of Culinary Arts

In June 2013 the Academy of Culinary Arts receives royal patronage.  By HETTY MOSFORTH The new name (along with patronage of His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales) rewarded the academy for its thirty year contribution to culinary education. As well as providing A-level equivalent training, the Royal Academy of Culinary Arts founded the Chefs Adopt a School Scheme inspiring ... Read More »

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