The oil and gas talent of tomorrow is to be given advice on how to make it in the industry next month. Transition – a programme organised by AFBE-UK Scotland and sponsored by Shell – takes place at Woodbank House on North Deeside Road, Aberdeen on Saturday, October 13.It aims to help students and graduates prepare for the move from academic studies to the world of work. AFBE-UK Scotland promotes engineering as a career choice among young people from various backgrounds and under-represented groups.The day-long event features activities geared at preparing undergraduate and postgraduate students including - mock interviews, assessments, CV reviews and networking experience. The keynote speaker at the event is Iain Lewis, finance director at TAQA.Dr Ollie Folayan, chairman of AFBE-UK Scotland, said: “The opportunity for students to learn from oil industry professionals is too good to miss. Experienced people will be on hand to pass on tips on what to expect when trying … [Read more...] about Careers event to help students take first step into oil and gas industry
DeKALB – For new Brooks Elementary School principal Andria Mitchell, the beginning of a new school year is a time of reflection. It’s a time to take a deep breath and get ready and excited for a new start, she said. Mitchell, who accepted the position this summer after the previous principal resigned recently, said she’s been with the district since 2003, before the annual New Teacher Welcome and State of the District address event became an annual thing. She said she was already an area native and felt welcomed by her peers when she began teaching within DeKalb schools, but she can see how something like the new teacher welcome event on Friday could help educators completely new to the area feel a little more at ease. “I think, now that we’ve started it, it’s a good thing to keep happening – a good event to keep doing every year,” Mitchell said. Matt Duffy, executive director for the DeKalb Chamber of Commerce, said this was the … [Read more...] about DeKalb Chamber of Commerce starts school year with new teacher welcome event
Share This Story! Let friends in your social network know what you are reading about Facebook Email Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Pinterest Guam DOE promotion events, registration info and more in Education Update for week of May 7, 2018 Info on end-of-school-year awards ceremonies, graduations and more. Sent! A link has been sent to your friend's email address. Posted! A link has been posted to your Facebook feed. Join the Conversation To find out more about Facebook commenting please read the Conversation Guidelines and FAQs Pacific Daily News Published 4:23 p.m. ChT May 4, 2018 | Updated 4:58 p.m. ChT May 4, 2018 CLOSE Famous fantasy characters give testimonies during elementary school mock trials at the Superior Court of Guam on April 30, 2018. Frank San Nicolas/PDN CONNECT TWEET LINKEDIN COMMENT EMAIL MORE More: Guam schools' schedule of May, June 2018 graduations ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS Adacao, 300-6500 … [Read more...] about Guam DOE promotion events, registration info and more in Education Update for week of May 7, 2018
More than 1,000 jobs and apprenticeships are on offer at a huge recruitment event in Manchester this week. The Job Show event will take place at Old Trafford football stadium on Thursday, April 26. The free-to-attend event will showcase dozens of companies recruiting for a range of sectors including Convergys, Authentic Food Company, Teleperformance, Cygnet Group, Scottish Power, The Priory Group, Bollington Wilson incorporating Quoteline Direct and Bollington Insurance. Other exhibitors who will be recruiting are: Controlled Solutions, The Claims Guys, CPMUK, Work Connect International (skilled jobs in Belgium), Rathbone Training, In Training, The Princes Trust and Giraffe English. Greater.jobs, a jobsite which promotes public sector jobs in the North West has more than 600 jobs available. The event, which runs from 10.30am to 3.30pm, follows a recent spike in unemployment in the North West, where it has risen by 3,000, meaning the jobless total is at 147,000. Victoria Clarke, … [Read more...] about Hundreds of jobs and apprenticeships on offer at huge recruitment event
PUBLISHED: 12:00 22 April 2018 Raphael Park in Romford Archant Letters, contributions and comments sent in from Recorder readers this week. Let’s vote to keep Havering special Cllr Damian White, deputy leader, London Borough of Havering, writes: Havering is special. It is a unique place with so many wonderful community facilities. It enjoys a sense of openness and space; a characteristic lost many years ago by most inner London boroughs. We now have award-winning parks and open spaces – some of the best in London – providing vital open space for us to relax and enjoy in. Since 2002, the Conservatives have invested heavily within our natural environment, creating a lasting legacy for future generations. However, this is now being put at risk by the Labour Mayor Khan’s plan to concrete over Havering, depriving us of what makes Havering so special. The Labour Party, under Mayor Khan, are proposing to increase our housing targets by over 60per cent which, if … [Read more...] about Recorder letters: election news, special Havering, death registration difficulties, Queen’s Theatre show and diabetes.