Start Date: 29th of June 2013
End Date: 26th of October 201
Venue: Lees Brook Skills Academy, Derby
This qualification is undertaken over 5 weekends across a 4 month period and is combined with home/directed study. It gives learners the knowledge, integrity, competency and proficiency to perform sports massage on a range of clients who have no underlying pathological conditions. Successful achievement of the qualification will enhance employability by enabling individuals to gain employment within an organisational setting or alternatively to practice immediately as a sports massage therapist in a self-employed context.
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Rishi will graduate in 2013, with an MEng in Electronic & Electrical Engineering. He will be working at Cisco on the Sales Associates Program
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The deadline to register interest in Google BOLD is TODAY, Tuesday 25th June
The Google BOLD Programme lets students immerse themselves in a culture where great minds, cutting-edge technology, and smart business intersect to make a difference, each and every day.
The robust programme will also include professional talks, skills-building seminars, opportunity to meet students from other EMEA countries as well as Googlers and, of course, fun!
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Calibration of X-ray Computed Tomography X-ray Computed Tomography (XCT) is increasingly being used for dimensional measurement in industry. The method is a potential measurement solution for the sophisticated components found in, for example, modern aero and automotive engines. In particular, XCT allows the measurement of both external and internal structures.
The National Physical Laboratory (NPL) is leading a nationwide integrated project team to address the challenge of calibration for XCT, so that measurements made on the systems are traceable back to national standards. We are recruiting for an Engineering Doctorate (EngD) student to work as part of the project team, which includes the Manufacturing Technology Centre, Loughborough University, NPL, Nikon Metrology and the University of Southampton.
Photon-component Interactions – Manufacturing Technology Centre, Loughborough University
The project looks at the interaction of the X-ray beam with components of complex geometries, with the aim of developing an appropriate calibration approach. You will be supervised by Loughborough University. You will spend the majority of your time working at The Manufacturing Technology Centre (www.the-mtc.org), will have
the opportunity to work at NPL and will be enrolled on the Manufacturing Technology 4 year EngD programme.
Are you young & ambitious, looking for a challenging start of your career? Are you interested in the IT sector? Then OneDayWith Shell is exactly for you!
Shell is currently looking for talented IT graduates for their exciting three-year IT Graduate Programme.
On 11 July, you can join online presentation “IT Challenges today at Shell: Big Data and Cybercrime” followed by the interactive chat with recruiters and managers from Shell. Use this unique opportunity to get in touch directly with professionals from Shell.
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This summer you could join 200 other British students on a comprehensive introduction to incredible India. This is your chance to learn what it’s like to live, work and study in India. The three-week programme includes an internship at a top company or NGO. UKIERI fund all your accommodation, food and local transportation costs as well as tuition.
Applications close on 6th July
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Those considering Secondary teacher training can apply through the Graduate Teacher Training Registry (GTTR) for a place on a PGCE as has been the case for many years (www.gttr.ac.uk). An alternative route for this September is called school Direct. Training numbers have been allocated to schools and the schools are required to work with providers such as Keele. Applications to this route are made via the Department for Education’s (DfE) website (www.education.gov.uk/teachschooldirect).
Keele University works with schools across Stoke on Trent, Staffordshire, Shropshire and Telford and Wrekin. The teacher training portfolio offered at Keele has some overlap with PGCE subjects at Loughborough (Science and Mathematics) but there are a number of curriculum areas where Keele is the only Higher Education provider in this part of the Midlands. The programme undertaken by students/trainees on School Direct, with Keele, is more or less identical to the ‘standard’ programme and all successful students are awarded a PGCE.
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