The key to staying calm in an exam is to keep your fear in perspective. Cat Williams, author of Stay Calm and Content shares her tips.
The UK Fashion and Textile Association has launched a new programme with universities across the country to offer support to students taking their first steps into the fashion and textile industry.
B&Q, the UK’s largest home improvement and garden centre retailer announces it has introduced over 100,000 young people to practical home improvement and gardening skills through its investment in youth programmes and initiatives.
The Hut Group's Apprenticeship Program has flourished since it's launch in 2010, creating jobs and opportunities for over 500 young people across the UK.
Using your personal contacts is still one of the most effective ways to land a new job, an online YouGov survey of nearly 2,000 British adults has revealed.
The Silverstone Study Centre utilises its unique setting and motor sports-themed, interactive environment to promote motivation and development throughout primary and secondary education, up to and including Sixth Form level.
Industry placements benefit not only university students by exposing them to real life working scenarios, but equally benefit the host organisation who has the opportunity to select eager individuals from an emerging talent pool.
Traditionally, to become a driving instructor costs in excess of £2500, but SmartDriving have launched a revolutionary new iCourse for just £649 –cheaper than a new TV!
Luxury car manufacturer Bentley is looking to recruit 20 apprentices in the following fields: Craft, Technical, Technician, Junior Engineer, Commercial and Business.
With millions of TV viewers tuning in to the latest series of The Apprentice,Michael Cheary at reed.co.uk explains all you need to know about apprenticeships, and how to secure one.
Careers advice in UK schools can be hit or miss. The Chartered Institute of Building has been campaigning to improve the guidance young people receive and the access they have to a professional career.
A website capturing whether 18-year-olds across England are likely to be in education, employment or training based on their post codes has been launched following research by the University of Sheffield.
In the current financial climate career advice is needed more than ever by school leavers and graduates.
The number of university applications in the UK has fallen by 8.9% compared to last year, according to the university applications body UCAS.
John Lees, author of The Interview Expert reveals the secrets of what gets an interviewer to say ‘yes’.
While recent unemployment statistics might have been depressing reading, jobs specialist PeoplePerHour.Com reveals figures and case studies showing how young people are facing up to the challenges of the most difficult jobs market in a generation - by becoming more entrepreneurial.
Young campaigners tackle the issues of youth unemployment. Each Battlefront campaign has a celebrity backer; previous campaigners have included Jason Derulo & Alexandra Burke.
This year’s 100th Chelsea Flower Show will host an experiment to investigate whether office plants can be used to boost staff well-being and business profitability.
ODEON Cinemas, the largest cinema chain in the UK, has launched an Apprenticeship Academy to offer jobs and work-based training for unemployed young people in London.
A Middlesex University team has profiled its work to billions of people worldwide, creating clothes and props worn by Brazilian performers in the Olympics Closing Ceremony.
Budget hotel chain, Travelodge is delighted to announce the creation of 100 jobs across the UK.
Two final year students at The University of Nottingham are set to celebrate the end of their exams by taking on an incredible challenge in support of charity Water
Many of the 220,000 young Britons who were unable to gain a place at university this year have decided to opt for taking philanthropic volunteering breaks in developing countries instead, according to the world’s largest commercial volunteer organisation, Projects Abroad.
Ever since they became the norm for many students, gap years have sparked controversy. Expensive luxury or sensible investment? Invaluable preparation or simply procrastination? Dr. Bill Nichols from Bucks New University offers a tutor’s perspective.
While Thailand mops up after months of devastating flooding, groups of British volunteers are cleaning up the beaches and planting mangrove saplings along the south coast of the country, and more are needed to join this worthwhile conservation project.