Manchester City Council overcame competition from organisations across the region to win the Greater Manchester Skills for Business award in the public sector category.
Manchester Fayre school catering services are looking to recruit around 130 new Catering Assistants across the city.
A new Greater Manchester initiative is helping 5,000 benefits claimants, who have struggled to find work, through more integrated and intensive support.
After a five year development, the Abraham Moss Centre is ready to re-establish its role at the heart of the Crumpsall and Cheetham communities, providing valuable services for North Manchester.
Businesses, schools, colleges and employment support agencies are urged to sign up to a matching service, which will help them to forge lasting, mutually beneficial partnerships with other agencies.
Manchester City Council is set to provide a double boost to help staff on the first rungs of the career ladder.
A new £3,000 incentive is being offered to employers who take on a Manchester apprentice.
Local people looking to get their hands on a new job are invited to a free major public recruitment event at the Etihad Stadium.
Manchester City FC are the latest high-profile organisation to become official partners for the Go ON Manchester campaign, with 100 of the Blues’ employees signing up as digital champions.
Manchester people looking to work in the global gaming industry have the opportunity to get on the ladder with the arrival of top European gaming school PlaygroundSquad.
More than 1,400 schoolchildren were offered the chance to have a go at interactive activities designed to help them choose their future career, at a skills event held in Manchester.
Learners and inspectors alike have praised Manchester Adult Education Service (MAES), which is successfully giving local people the skills and confidence they need to secure sustainable employment.
Manchester City Council has been named the North West’s Macro Employer of the Year at this year’s National Apprenticeship Awards.
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.
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 campaign urging Manchester businesses to join the Apprentice Revolution is closing in on its ambitious target of creating 300 apprenticeships in just 100 days.