Top ten reasons why you should enter our Life Sciences Skills Awards 2013 - It only takes about 20 minutes to enter our inaugural Awards and is well worth the effort!
Science-based companies taking the lead in securing the skills needed in the UK for growth and competitiveness.
Is your company part of the UK pharmaceuticals/life science sector? Find out how to enter the UK Life Sciences Skills Awards 2013 here.
Cogent Sector Skills Council is pleased to confirm the date and venue for our annual Westminster skills forum, kindly hosted by Esther McVey MP for Wirral West.
The UK Nuclear Awards is steadily becoming an anticipated annual event in the Nuclear calendar. The National Skills Academy for Nuclear and Cogent Sector Skills Council are preparing to hold their fourth collaborative Skills Awards Evening for the industry.
TAS is a support service from Cogent, that can help you understand how Apprenticeships work for the Chemicals, Pharmaceuticals, Process, Polymer, Life Sciences, Signmaking, Nuclear, Oil, Gas, and Petroleum Industries.
Dr Stephen Rosevear has joined Cogent as Director of Research & Policy.
Following the success of the World-Class UK Nuclear Skills Awards 2011, Cogent SSC and the National Skills Academy for Nuclear are to hold their fourth collaborative Skills Awards evening for the industry.
Cogent has today announced the launch of a series of UK-wide employer-led and owned skills programmes co-funded by the second round of the Employer Investment Fund (EIF), which is managed by the UK Commission for Employment and Skills (UKCES).
The development of fit-for-purpose Apprenticeships and models through which they are delivered, is central to Cogent’s aim of securing the very best skills for industry.
The Technical Apprenticeship Service (TAS) is an easy to use recruitment service for employers, providers and apprentices. It was officially launched on 13th October, by Cogent Chairman, Tom Crotty at Cogent SSC’s Annual Skills Forum hosted by Wirral West MP, Esther McVey, at the House of Commons.
Jayne Edwards has been appointed to lead the new Technical Apprenticeship Service (TAS), a strategic employer-led initiative, initially funded from the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS) Growth and Innovation Fund.
Cogent: Pat Kieran receives industry accolade for leadership in nuclear skills
Cogent: Nuclear report calls for major skills development to support new build
Cogent: Ian Williams receives top honour for Leadership in Nuclear Skills
New Cogent Apprenticeship Pathway in Radiation Protection
Cogent: Skills report shows demand for new blood in the nuclear industry - politics.co.uk
Cogent SSC announces development of process and nuclear industry work-based degrees supported by £2.9m HEFCE fund
Cogent: Nuclear Bursary programme offers awards up to £4,000 - politics.co.uk
Cogent Sector Skills Council relicenced by Government
Cogent responds to unveiling of nuclear reactor site options
Cogent: UK nuclear skills awards celebrate UK talent - Katie Maxwell scoops top spot
Cogent: Jillian Bundy receives top honour for contribution to nuclear industry skills and training
Cogent: Recession-beating £50m training fund available to process sector
Cogent: National Skills Academy for Nuclear's provider network goes from strength to strength