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New Beginnings – Ashton Old Baths

[email protected] Posted by [email protected] on 17th March 2016 11:39 | Comments Off on New Beginnings – Ashton Old Baths
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ONE YOU – A Healthier You Campaign

[email protected] Posted by [email protected] on 15th March 2016 11:33 | Comments Off on ONE YOU – A Healthier You Campaign
  Public Health England has launched a new ‘One You’ - A Healthier You Campaign. Find out more. The One You campaign is all about making small changes to your lifestyle to help you live a longer, healthier life…because there is only ‘one you’. The website features a wealth of information on health related issues, from  the benefits of quitting smoking, and tips on how to stay smoke free, to informatio... [continue reading ...]

Business event: – Reach New Customers Online

[email protected] Posted by [email protected] on 9th March 2016 11:11 | Comments Off on Business event: – Reach New Customers Online
Talk by Google Digital Garage Business owners and aspiring entrepreneurs: Tameside Central Library, Old Street, Ashton is hosting a free event “Reach New Customers Online” provided by Google Digital Garage on Wednesday 30 March, 6pm to 7pm (doors open at 5.30pm). At this event you will: Understand the foundations of digital marketing. Learn how to use online marketing tools to reach prospective customers and how... [continue reading ...]

Welcome to Tameside – Business Spotlight

[email protected] Posted by [email protected] on 19th February 2016 14:51 | Comments Off on Welcome to Tameside – Business Spotlight
In January 2016, The Manchester Florist opened its doors for the first time. Owners Samantha Young and Layla Morris decided to combine their skills to start their blossoming business. Samantha has over 13 year’s floristry experience and Layla manages the business growth and administration. Samantha, who grew up in Droylsden, has created floral displays for a wide range of customers including high profile clients like a... [continue reading ...]

What is the Apprenticeship Levy?

[email protected] Posted by [email protected] on 19th February 2016 13:51 | Comments Off on What is the Apprenticeship Levy?
  Number of employees who worked fewer hours than usual because they attended at training course away from their workplace. The Government is committed to increase the quality and quantity of apprenticeships in England, and have pledged to create 3 million apprenticeships by 2020.  With this in mind, the Government wants employers to take responsibility in training their staff. As represented in the graph abov... [continue reading ...]

National Apprenticeship Week: Employer Engagement Event: Funding, Facts and Fighting the Fog

[email protected] Posted by [email protected] on 17th February 2016 13:33 | Comments Off on National Apprenticeship Week: Employer Engagement Event: Funding, Facts and Fighting the Fog
Did you know that GCSEs would soon be graded in numbers 1-9 instead of letters? Did you know there would be an apprenticeship levy on some employers through PAYE from April 1 2017? Come to the event to find out more. Employer Engagement Event: Funding, Facts and Fighting the Fog Tuesday 15th March The Apprenticeships Store, Stockport, SK1 3TA 09.00 – 09:30 Tea, coffee, registration and networking &n... [continue reading ...]

The future of Apprenticeships: created by businesses for businesses

[email protected] Posted by [email protected] on 12th February 2016 10:43 | Comments Off on The future of Apprenticeships: created by businesses for businesses
70% of surveyed employers said apprenticeships improved product quality and service Apprenticeships provide a typical return of £26-£28 for every £1 of government investment in apprenticeships at Levels 2 and 3. The Government has announced changes in the way that apprenticeships are developed and managed, this was outlined in the ‘English Apprenticeships: Our 2020 Vision’ document. The aim is to: Put emp... [continue reading ...]

What does the National Living Wage mean for your business?

[email protected] Posted by [email protected] on 11th February 2016 13:26 | Comments Off on What does the National Living Wage mean for your business?
What does the National Living Wage mean for your business? Did you know that in April 2016, your employees aged 25 years or over and not in the first year of an apprenticeship, will now be entitled to a minimum of £7.20 per hour; that is a 50p increase on the current National Minimum Wage. There are a few things to consider: Have you already budgeted for this increase? Are your employees aware? Have you cons... [continue reading ...]

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