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Swarm grows with new Managing Director

Chris Perry has joined Wymondham based social business Swarm Apprenticeships as Managing Director after 18 months on the non-executive Board.

Chris brings with him a wealth of business and training industry experience from his previous roles as Business Manager at the Norfolk Chamber of Commerce and over ten years working in the apprenticeships industry with national training provider, First 4 Skills. 188 more words


How to ace that all important interview by Ryan McManus

Many people get worried when it comes to thinking about interviews and how well they will cope. I am hoping to share a few top tips for preparing for them and how to cope when you are finally in the interviews…..because after all, it could be make or break! 923 more words


Three of Pentacles with Eight of Wands

One of my favorite quotes is “You can have it all… just not all at once”. I googled it to see who may have originally said it. 462 more words

The Tarot Of Manifestation

Birmingham City U18s player George O'Neill

Boys enter a two year scholarship straight from school living with their team mates and their host families. This period of development is a testing time for the players in physical, mental and emotional terms. 37 more words

How I Feel About Being A Vampyre and Dealing With The Hunger - by Lunah Valur Eir

In our culture, when one of us takes a learner or Fledgling Vampyre under our wing, we try to teach them all they need to know to the best of our ability. 874 more words


EMCO's Sam Clarke Dominates at the WA State Motorcycle Championships

EMCO Apprentice and keen motorcycle sportsman Sam Clarke has taken out the winning finish for the August round of WA State Championships/Super Sport Class, putting him in 3rd place going into the final. 98 more words


Opportunities: role rotation and education - Hollie Sauvage

Hello everyone! Last time I blogged, I mostly talked about what it was like getting into IBM, now I’ll talk about what it is like once you are actually here. 436 more words