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AAT Accountancy Apprenticeship at Stevenson & Co

Melinda Quickenden, 23/04/2015

Stevenson and Co are offering a fabulous opportunity for one candidate to join their team as an apprentice. The director of this company has hired apprentices for many years and is able to provide you with the opportunity to study an AAT Qualification alongside gaining essential employment experience.

Contract Duration: Fixed for One Year with the potential to be extended after this time period.

Location: Brigg, North Lincolnshire

Pay: Apprentice National Wage

Duties and Responsibilities: Payroll, VAT,  Accounts Preparation, Company Secretarial Administration, Clerical Duties.

This role would suit you if: You enjoy working in a busy environment as part of a team. You have an interest in finance to support you with your qualification and an A Level in Maths or Financial Studies would be advantageous, but not essential. You have excellent customer service skills and a commitment to maintaining a high level of customer satisfaction. You have good communication skills, a high level of enthusiasm and a commitment to professional development.

Deadline for all applications: Friday 15th May

Start Date: June 2015, exact date to be negotiated and confirmed. This employer is willing to support students and allow some time off to complete their remaining exams.

For an informal discussion regarding this vacancy please call 01652 659569.

If you are interested in applying for this vacancy, please send an up to date CV and Covering Letter to Mike@stevensonaccounts.co.uk.

    Are you an aspiring manager? Take a look at this apprentice Operations Management position - based in Immingham

    Matthew Downes, 23/04/2015

    DB Schenker Rail is number one for rail freight services in Europe and through its extensive operating network, provides customers with services across all parts of Europe. 

    DB Schenker is looking to recruit 6 management apprentices across the country to be trained as future Operational Managers. One of the opportunities is based in Immingham. 

    Starting salary is a whopping £383 per week. Click here for more information. 

    Closing date is the 1st May so act quickly. If you need any help with your application come and see us. 

      pre-Election Political debate

      Emma Turner, 23/04/2015

      We are holding a pre-Election Political debate on campus tomorrow - Friday 24th April.

      Staff are welcome to attend to listen to the debate in The Core, however as this is a student-led event all questions will be posed by students.

      The morning's schedule will run as follows:

      10.30: Local candidates meeting a small group of students to discuss issues relevant to them - upstairs in the The ARC.

      11.00: Question Time-style Election debate with local candidates in front of an audience of new voters - in The Core.

      12noon: Candidates on campus walkabout.

      Any queries please contact Emma Turner.

        REMINDER - Tickets for the Pre-election Political Debate!

        Matthew Longden, 22/04/2015

        Tickets for the Pre-election Politcal Debate are ready to be collected from Reception! You will need your ticket to get into The Core on Friday and be excused from your lesson!

          Your Move Your Future event - 29th April 2015

          Megan Baker, 22/04/2015

          Your Move Your Future event on the 29th April 2015 – It’s a great opportunity for Students to talk with HE, Apprenticeship and job providers to find out what’s available to them and give you an understanding of what it is that you need to do now.

          You do not need to register for these talks or register to attend, just turn up. Take away worries that you have about your future by attending this event as knowledge is power!

          Some of the things that will be available to you at this event:

          JLC Curriculum Area – If you have chosen courses you don’t enjoy, speak with JLC staff for advice.
          Progression talks – UCAS, Apprenticeships, Student Finance, G&T Aspire and Work Experience.
          There will be around 18 HE providers, 14 Apprenticeship providers and 17 local employers.
          3 main sector talks will be delivered on Teaching, Nursing and Engineering.
          Progression fair – Total of 45 stalls from HE providers, local employers and apprenticeship providers.
          Talks being delivered about Aspire and Work Experience, these are things that John Leggott College offer.
          Talks being delivered about Aspire and Work Experience, these are things that John Leggott College offer.

           

          Come to this event for the best start to your future, Follow us on twitter @DestinationsJLC for more updates about this event and much more.

           

           

           

            Discover Study Skills Online

            Wendy Chaplain, 22/04/2015

            Have you ever felt that you could organise your study time more effectively?

            Do you want to improve your note-taking or get better at presenting your ideas on paper or in public?

            Discover Study Skills Online is a collection of online resources from the University of Sheffield geared to helping sixth form students improve their study techniques, get the best out of their post-16 studies and help prepare for transition to university.

            There are ten units which can be accessed in any order, at any time.  Each unit is separated into an introductory video trailer, a screencast to guide the learner through the unit and downloadable activity sheets.

            If you want to complete the learning activities, please download the Activity Sheets prior to watching the screencast, as activities will be referred to throughout the unit. 

            Why not get started now?

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              Andrew Palmer, 22/04/2015

              IT Services apologies for any inconvenience. 

                Oxbridge Open Days

                Wendy Chaplain, 22/04/2015

                If you would like to attend either of the Oxbridge Open Days but missed the meeting please contact the Destinations team who can provide further information.

                Oxford 1st & 2nd July

                Cambridge 2nd & 3rd July

                To book your place see Destinations staff in the ARC

                Deadline for booking is Monday 27th April

                  Deloitte BrightStart school leaver opportunities for year 13 students!

                  Melinda Quickenden, 22/04/2015

                  School leaver students have more options when they leave school than ever before, and leading professional services firm Deloitte understand that university isn’t for everyone.

                  Deloitte are offering students the opportunity to join them on their various school leaver schemes, where they will be exposed to a range of business areas, work alongside leading professionals and gain experience of interesting, exciting work.

                  This is an excellent way for students to kick-start their career, build their professional network, work towards professional qualifications and earn a competitive salary straight after school or college. Throughout this five-year programme, Deloitte will organise social activities especially for BrightStart students, as well as offering the chance to join companywide clubs – making this a great alternative to university!

                  Applications are now open! To find out more and apply, please copy and paste the following link into your browser: http://www.purepotential.org/events/opportunities-with-deloitte/ 

                  Please feel free to come to the Opportunities desk to speak with an advisor and discuss if this option is best for you. Follow us on Twitter @DestinationsJLC
                   

                    Ticket Collection!

                    Matthew Longden, 20/04/2015

                    Tickets for the Pre-election Political Debate are now available to collect from Reception!

                      UCL YEAR 12 SUMMER ACTIVITIES 2015

                      Wendy Chaplain, 20/04/2015

                      The Summer Challenge is a great opportunity for Year 12 students to explore a subject they're interested in studying at university level. Sessions will be led by UCL academics and PhD students and participants will have the chance to talk to current undergraduate students about life at UCL. 

                      The Summer Challenge is a set of academic evening courses for Year 12 students. The courses give a realistic taster of university study, and allow students to explore subjects of interest. Summer Challenge develops independent research, academic writing and presentation skills – all essential tools for university life. There are 13 courses to choose from, please see the Summer Challenge brochure for more details.

                      The deadline for the 2015 Summer Challenge programme is on Friday 24 April 2015.

                      Interested students will need to apply via the online application form

                      For any questions, please contact the Summer Challenge team: challenge@ucl.ac.uk

                       

                        Oxford University - Modern Languages Study Day

                        Wendy Chaplain, 20/04/2015

                        Modern Languages Study Day 
                        Friday 19 June 2015

                        Did you know students can pick up a language from scratch at Oxford University? The Russian and Czech tutors at University College will be running this study day to give a taste of studying these languages at Oxford. This is for year 12 students who have never studied Russian or Czech before but who are bright and intellectually curious with an interest in studying languages. Visit the college website for more information.


                         

                          Oxford University - Women in PPE Day

                          Wendy Chaplain, 20/04/2015

                          Women in PPE Day
                          Friday 26 June 2015

                          Christ Church is hosting a day for year 12 girls interested in Philosophy, Politics and Economics (PPE), and related joint courses. The aim of the day is to help students to make informed choices and feel more confident about applying to what are often perceived as male-dominated subjects.

                          For further details please email Christ Church's Access and Outreach Officer, Hannah Wilbourne: hannah.wilbourne@chch.ox.ac.uk

                            Merton College Oxford Study Days 2015

                            Wendy Chaplain, 20/04/2015

                            Study Days 2015

                            19 June 2015
                            Y12 PPE Study Day. This day will include sample lectures in each discipline, an interdisciplinary workshop, lunch at Merton and a tour with current students, and application/admissions support sessions.
                            24 June 2015
                            Y12 Biology, Chemistry and Biochemistry Study Day. This day will include sample lectures in the disciplines, a workshop, lunch at Merton and a tour with current students, and application/admissions support sessions.

                            For more information please contact the Schools Liaison and Access Officer, Dr Cressida Ryan. Places are limited.

                            Book now

                            Applications will close on Monday 18 May. Applicants will be informed by Thursday 21 May if they have been allocated a place.

                              Your Move Your Future Event - 29th April 2015

                              Megan Baker, 20/04/2015

                              Your Move Your Future event on the 29th April 2015 – It’s a great opportunity for Students to talk with HE, Apprenticeship and job providers to find out what’s available to them and give you an understanding of what it is that you need to do now.

                              You do not need to register for these talks or register to attend, just turn up. Take away worries that you have about your future by attending this event as knowledge is power!

                              Some of the things that will be available to you at this event:

                              JLC Curriculum Area – If you have chosen courses you don’t enjoy, speak with JLC staff for advice.
                              Progression talks – UCAS, Apprenticeships, Student Finance, G&T Aspire and Work Experience.
                              There will be around 18 HE providers, 14 Apprenticeship providers and 17 local employers.
                              3 main sector talks will be delivered on Teaching, Nursing and Engineering.
                              Progression fair – Total of 45 stalls from HE providers, local employers and apprenticeship providers.
                              Talks being delivered about Aspire and Work Experience, these are things that John Leggott College offer.
                              Talks being delivered about Aspire and Work Experience, these are things that John Leggott College offer.

                               

                              Come to this event for the best start to your future, Follow us on twitter @DestinationsJLC for more updates about this event and much more.

                               

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