News for category: "Work jobs training and advice"
Published on Friday, 2nd December 2016 in Work jobs training and advice news
Rotherham Council, Mears and Jobcentre Plus brought together local businesses and organisations to showcase employment and training opportunities at the annual Local Employment Advisory Forum (LEAF) event in Rotherham.
Published on Wednesday, 28th September 2016 in Work jobs training and advice news
Rotherham Council will host a special job fayre to recruit social care staff at its Riverside House headquarters in the town centre next week.
Published on Wednesday, 6th July 2016 in Job vacancies news
Lower caseloads, better management, more supervision and learning and development opportunities are all on the cards for social workers who want to come and work in Rotherham.
Published on Wednesday, 11th May 2016 in Jobs news
Organisations have been working together to support steel workers affected by Tataís restructuring in Yorkshire.
Published on Tuesday, 5th April 2016 in Work jobs training and advice news
A Rotherham apprentice is streets ahead of his peers after scooping 'Construction Apprentice of the Year' at special ceremony.
Published on Friday, 11th March 2016 in Work jobs training and advice news
Chief Executive Sharon Kemp takes a young apprentice under her wing to show them the ropes as part of National Apprentice Week.
Published on Friday, 12th February 2016 in People and communities news
Rotherham Town Hall will be hosting a free course next month to support Armed Forces veterans in finding a job they want.
Published on Wednesday, 6th January 2016 in People and communities news
Rotherham Council's Leader has welcomed the news that Government funding will be made available to support those affected by Tata Steel restructuring and job losses.
Published on Monday, 14th December 2015 in Business and investment news
Morrison, part of Mears Group, brought together local businesses and organisations to showcase employment and training opportunities in Rotherham.
Published on Wednesday, 30th September 2015 in Health and wellbeing news
Rotherham is getting ready to entice more people into cycling after securing funding to provide a fleet of 70 new electric bikes in a Government competition.
Published on Wednesday, 2nd September 2015 in Help for adults news
People with learning disabilities are taking part in an innovative new project to gain valuable employment skills as well as giving back to the local community and supporting families.
Published on Friday, 7th August 2015 in Schools and education news
Over a hundred adult learners and their families attended an annual awards and celebration event at Rotherham Civic Theatre, with special guest presenter Howard Webb, MBE.
Published on Monday, 3rd August 2015 in Work jobs training and advice news
Three company directors who attended high schools across Rotherham are now passing on their skills and experience to the next generation of school leavers.
Published on Tuesday, 4th November 2014 in Work jobs training and advice news
Cleaner Ian Drewett is one of nearly 1,500 Rotherham Council employees receiving the Living Wage for the first time this year as organisations across the country celebrate Living Wage week.
Published on Thursday, 23rd October 2014 in Health and social care news
Parents of toddlers in Rotherham are being urged to check out whether they're eligible for free childcare.
Published on Wednesday, 23rd July 2014 in Schools and education news
A successful partnership between Parkgate Shopping, Rotherham Ready and Wingfield Academy is once again helping local young people to take their first steps onto the career ladder.
Published on Friday, 18th July 2014 in Schools and education news
Ofsted have officially given Rotherham Councilís Adult Community Learning team the thumbs up with a much-welcomed 'good' rating.
Published on Wednesday, 25th June 2014 in Leisure and culture news
The Civic Theatre has a long history of welcoming volunteers to work alongside the staff team and now, on the back of National Volunteering Week, they are looking for more volunteers.
Published on Friday, 11th April 2014 in Council and democracy news
Almost 1,500 of the Councilís lowest paid employees are set to benefit thanks to the introduction of a local living wage from October this year.