Manchester City Council has been named the North West’s Macro Employer of the Year at this year’s National Apprenticeship Awards.
Manchester is seeking a group of fifty women to become the city’s next wave of social entrepreneurs.
A unique scheme which lets public sector staff including police and health workers help Wythenshawe residents into jobs has got more than 300 people into work and 200 into training.
More than 50 young Manchester residents will take their first steps towards a career in the city’s flourishing creative sector through to a new scheme.
Are you 16 or older? Whether you're working or not, leaving school or just want a career- change, an apprenticeship can revolutionise your life.
More than 300 Wythenshawe residents have found jobs or gone onto training courses since the launch of a help scheme, which is the first of its kind in the country.
550 Manchester schoolchildren were given the chance to Have a Go at different careers, during a packed and varied day of bite-sized activities at the Etihad Stadium.
Plans have been unveiled to expand the hugely successful Sharp Project, Manchester's digital and production complex, providing further opportunities for the region's TV and film production industry.
A group of Manchester young people have received a whistle-stop tour of the hospitality industry, before meeting directly with employers to discuss open vacancies.
Plans for a major expansion to The Sharp Project, which will see hundreds of new jobs created and a cutting-edge global technology company establish its European headquarters there, have been unveiled.
A scheme to help jobseekers in Wythenshawe was right on the nose for animal-lover Laura Doyle and led to her dream career - training sniffer dogs.
A campaign urging Manchester businesses to join the Apprentice Revolution is closing in on its ambitious target of creating 300 apprenticeships in just 100 days.
A major campaign launched today aims to create 300 new Apprenticeships across the city of Manchester in the next 100 days.