Published on 23rd March 2018
A Sandwell Council employee is celebrating after being recognised by the Career Development Institute at a national awards ceremony.
Published on 13th March 2018
A careers event offering jobs and apprenticeships advice attracted more than 300 people.
Published on 9th March 2018
Apprenticeships were up for grabs at a special event at West Bromwich town hall this week.
Published on 5th March 2018
A Wednesbury woman who was looked after at Sandwell Council’s creche as a baby has returned to work there as an apprentice nursery nurse.
Published on 2nd January 2018
Connexions Sandwell are hosting their annual New Year, New start event to help young people aged between 14 and 19 and looking for work, training or further education.
Published on 26th July 2017
Students who get their exam results this summer can get advice at special sessions with experts.
Published on 25th July 2017
A highly successful Sandwell Careers Show attracted more than 500 visitors anxious to talk to local employers and training providers about apprenticeship opportunities in the borough.
Published on 7th July 2017
Teenagers aged between 14 and 19 are invited to a careers event in Oldbury to help them decide what they want to do after school and college.
Published on 10th March 2017
More than a hundred people signed up for apprenticeships at an event at Sandwell Council House in Oldbury yesterday (Thursday).
Published on 3rd March 2017
Sandwell will be marking National Apprenticeship Week (March 6-10) with events helping people to make their first step on the career ladder.
Published on 20th February 2017
Young people interested in an apprenticeship with Sandwell Council are invited to find out more at an event next month.
Published on 20th December 2016
Teenagers aged between 14 and 19 are invited to a careers event in the New Year in West Bromwich.
Published on 21st October 2016
Unemployed teenagers can get career advice and support at a fun roadshow in Oldbury and Wednesbury next week.
Published on 8th August 2016
We're very proud to be part of Black Country Impact - a £51million project to help young adults from across the Black Country into work.
Published on 2nd September 2015
Almost 200 young people have been taken on as apprentices at Sandwell Council and local companies, thanks to a campaign to boost youth employment.
Published on 23rd July 2015
Large numbers of people attended Sandwell Connexions ‘Jump Start Your Future’ event at Oldbury Council House to seek information about apprenticeships, training opportunities and college courses.