The new agricultural training body, TIAH (The Institute for Agriculture and Horticulture), is looking to recruit English farmers and growers to trial and test its services before officially launching its online platform next year. As agriculture and horticulture undergo tremendous change and the need to become environmentally sustainable and profitableRead More →

The mining industry training company, the Colliery Training Center (CTC), has established links with various original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), technology research organizations and employers to enable it to train students and employees on the latest equipment and technologies emerging in the industry, CEO of CTC Manyabela Mailula recount Weekly mining.Read More →

Workforce preparation Connecticut Institutions Bridge Tech Skills Gap with Talent Accelerator Initiative Seven Connecticut higher education institutions are participating in a new initiative called Tech Talent Accelerator, which aims to boost high-demand technology skills by fostering partnerships between business and higher education in areas such as cybersecurity, virtual modelling, softwareRead More →

Pancho Alvarez speaks to campers at Crothersville Volleyball Camp Tuesday morning. At far right is Tigers head coach Scott Sage. Arv Koontz | The Tribune CROTHERSVILLE — Among the things Scott Sage loves about his Crothersville High School volleyball team is that the girls work hard and improve. Munciana VolleyballRead More →

Waltham Forest College has been awarded the Mayor’s Skills Academies seal of approval for providing skills in the environment, health and social care, hospitality, creative and construction sectors. The Mayor’s Skills Academies Seal of Approval recognizes high quality vocational training providers in London. The quality mark will set the barRead More →

CAMP MURRAY, Wash. – Building on last year’s comprehensive annual training, Washington National Guard members from the 506th Military Police Detachment honed their law enforcement skills during the training this month. “We wanted to train in an immersive environment, practicing various patrol skills and building situational awareness throughRead More →

Schools in Maharashtra and elsewhere are scrapping merit lists and toppers, a ritual followed so far immediately after the announcement of board exam results. This is a change for the better and will certainly pave the way for the establishment of educational equality. This decision alone will eliminate a ratherRead More →

Ideas & Debate Connections that bridge the industry’s skills gap Tuesday, June 21, 2022 A mechanical engineering student uses a lathe during a practical session at the Kisumu National Polytechnic. FILE PHOTO | NMG Young people make up 14 million people, or 29% of Kenya’s total population, according to theRead More →

The UK government has pledged to deliver a ‘Lifetime Skills Guarantee’ – a commitment to provide every adult with the training and education they need throughout their lives. Two major policies underpin this ambitious goal: (i) an increase in public spending to support currently low-skilled adults and (ii) the relaxationRead More →

TESDA offers professional training for ARBS in Zambales June 18, 2022 at 11:49 am The Technical Educational and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) is set to provide vocational training to dependents of Agrarian Reform Beneficiaries (ARB) in Zambales Province. Emmanuel Aguinaldo, provincial land reform program manager, said on Wednesday that heRead More →

Source: congerdesign/pixabay Like many things in life – cleaning your house, maintaining your car, even raising your children – there are a few fundamental skills that, once mastered, life becomes easier. You don’t get shaken up so quickly, you can mentally turn crises into problems and develop a strong coreRead More →

Tribune press service Jalandhar: Hans Raj Mahila Maha Vidyalaya’s PG Department of Commerce and Management Trade Club has organized a certificate program of qualified courses in Personality Development and Soft Skills Training in collaboration with Swinki Singhal and Associates. The program started with Gayatri Mantra to seek blessingsRead More →

Deborah Tarsiewicz | Special at the Reporter-News The mission of the Abilene Public Library is to provide materials, services, and programs to help community residents obtain information that meets their personal, educational, professional, and recreational needs. One of the ways we try to meet the educational and professional needs ofRead More →

If your kids are too young (or too reluctant) to get a summer job, shouldn’t they at least learn something? Summer should be about taking a break from the success mindset, but what if we could combine fun and education? I have two young boys and it’s easy and almostRead More →

As outlined in the Scottish Government’s spending review this week, £1billion will be invested in this Parliament to tackle the poverty achievement gap. Commenting, Midlothian North MSP Colin Beattie (SNP) said: “The SNP Scottish Government continues to support the children and young people of Midlothian and ensure that every childRead More →

“We want to strengthen knowledge sharing and large-scale collaboration in the research community.” -Ryan Rutan, Synack Tweet that Synack leverages the SRT community to provide the most rigorous on-demand security testing for customers located around the world, including Fortune 500 companies, global financial institutions, government agencies, and major healthcare organizations.Read More →

BANGKOK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–TDCX Thailand, an award-winning provider of digital customer experience solutions for innovative technologies and other blue chip companies, today announced the launch of a leadership training program to enhance the skills of its customer experience professionals in the areas of critical thinking, problem solving and agility. These are amongRead More →

House › AK Fire Info › New wildland firefighters spent the holiday weekend building skills By Alaska Forestry Division on May 31, 2022 While many Alaskans enjoyed a relaxing Memorial Day weekend, 53 wildland firefighters in training got hands-on experience in the field during the Alaska Department of Natural Resources’Read More →

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur the contributors are theirs. Elite athletes and their coaches understand the importance of balancing intensity with recovery. In the workplace, we’re starting to realize that performance in caring for yourself and others isn’t some fluffy wellness ideology — it’s a core driver of productivity and engagement.Read More →

Express press service NEW DELHI: According to assessments conducted by the Delhi Commission for the Protection of Child Rights (DCPCR) in March 2022, the percentage of children who could not read letters fell from 19% to 12% during of the last two months. The commission had conducted a reading andRead More →

There are very few silver linings emerging from the global education-related pandemic, but one is a crystallized view of the importance of “skills visibility”. Skills are and will soon be the currency of the emerging new global talent and hiring ecosystem. This means that learners and employees will be judgedRead More →

— Data DB INFORMATION and communications technology in Bangladesh is emerging. It creates new forms of work and changes the structure of jobs. The researchers estimate that in five years, the ICT sector will contribute 1% to gross domestic product and create jobs for 150,000 ICT professionals. Additionally, to achieveRead More →

The Biden administration on Thursday urged federal agencies to rely on job seekers’ skills — rather than their college degrees — to fill vacancies, according to new guidelines shared exclusively with Axios. Why is this important: The government is catching up with the private sector’s shift to skills-based hiring inRead More →

Microsoft has tapped a University of Mississippi graduate to lead its new philanthropic efforts in Jackson through its “TechSpark initiative,” which targets communities likely to be left behind in a tech-driven economy. Bay Saint Louis native JJ Townsend to lead tech giant TechSpark Jackson announced Wednesday. “There’s a lot ofRead More →

• The partnership is aligned with the National Education Policy (NEP) 2020, which envisages the integration of skills courses with formal higher education • Enabling Skill India Mission objectives, the partnership aims to train young people in a work-integrated format that supports their employment and retention New Delhi – MayRead More →

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Activate Learning opened its new Care Skills Training Center and Pharmaceutical Sciences Lab at Bracknell and Wokingham College on Thursday 12 May. The facilities were opened by Gary Headland, CEO of Activate Learning and Alison Webster, Managing Director of Thames Valley Berkshire LEP. Designed in partnership with Syngenta, Berkshire HealthcareRead More →

First published May 11, 2022, 5:23 p.m. IST Everyone should maintain good mental health. It impacts everything from psychological well-being to social connections and physical health for many people. Keeping the mind healthy and stress-free is so essential. Here are 5 easy ways to do it. Everyone should maintain goodRead More →

Giving up your day job for a retired life doesn’t mean you have to give up learning new things. In fact, it frees up a lot of time to do it. Learning new skills can help improve your physical and mental health and enable you to live independently longer. Plus,Read More →

Express press service ADILABAD: The district administration of Kumurambheem Asifabad on Thursday launched ‘Teach in Asifabad’, an internship program. For the six-week program, interns were selected from state university students. Along with extracurricular activities, interns would help improve children’s skills in education, livelihood and learning outcomes. Officials said the mainRead More →

Silver Award winners Michael Galgiani, Shane Siebers and Noah Morris. Staff reports Tuesday, May 3, 2022 After a two-year hiatus, Douglas High School and nearly 50 other Nevada high schools and post-secondary schools participated in the 2022 Nevada SkillsUSA Leadership & Skill Conference in April.During the conference, students showcased theirRead More →

Can you tell the story of a complex research project in just three minutes? Could a presentation emerge from extreme time compression transformed like a coal diamond? The public presentation of the MIT Research Slam on April 11 put these questions and more center stage as the four postdoctoral finalistsRead More →

FREE in-person digital skills courses for older people will be rolled out across the country from Tuesday, as part of the Hi Digital partnership initiative between the Vodafone Ireland Foundation, Active Retirement Ireland and ALONE. In County Limerick, the first class will take place at the Croom Community Enterprise CenterRead More →

A portion of the exhibits on hand for the 2022 West Virginia Social Studies Fair at the Charleston Coliseum and Convention Center. CHARLESTON, W. Va. – Hundreds of elementary school students from across West Virginia showed off their social studies skills in Charleston on Friday. The West Virginia Department ofRead More →

The big increase in Australian government funding in 2020 is largely due to spending on employer incentives for apprentices and trainees. The Australian government has said that in the 2021-22 financial year, its total financial contributions to VET will increase to $7.8 billion. While policy has focused on apprentices andRead More →

New laws were passed today (28 April) through the Post-16 Skills and Education Act that will help transform the skills and training landscape and improve opportunities across the country . The skills needed to support the growth of the green economy will be prioritized to create a workforce for currentRead More →

PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) — As he sits surrounded by stacks of laptops, Andre Thach, 21, works quietly and methodically, removing screens from broken laptops one by one. Even though the pile of laptops seems endless, Thach isn’t stressed about the task ahead. “I like working with computers,” he said. “I feelRead More →

Liu Jun (left) sells his products via live broadcast with a colleague in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province. EVERYDAY CHINA Provincial plans to expand courses in line with national goal to increase skills training When she was forced to temporarily close her store early last month following the detection of a positiveRead More →

PETALING JAYA: Contrary to popular belief that prolonged online learning could harm skill acquisition, educators say it has instead helped students acquire skills. Deputy Director of Curriculum Development at Tunku Abdul Rahman University, Dr. Ngeow Yeok Meng, said his students have gained confidence, especially through improved literacy and digital skills.Read More →

By Denis Sheehan, Editor, H&C News: International survey: Future skills needed for hospitality. Hospitality & Catering News alongside international industry associations and bodies, including the Institute of Hospitality, is supporting a major international research project to gather your views on the future skills needs of the hospitality industry. The intentionRead More →