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Free Digital Skills Courses for Schools

Under the new funding provided by Welsh Government, Aspire 2Be, in conjunction with Bridgend College, proposes a series of courses providing digital skills development relating to core cloud based solutions.   The current pandemic has prompted a significant rise in the need for agile working, incorporating a digital skill set to seamlessly facilitate remote and blended …

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Fully Funded Digital Skills Courses

Under the new funding provided by Welsh Government, Aspire 2Be, in conjunction with Bridgend College, proposes a series of courses providing digital skills development relating to core cloud based solutions.   The current pandemic has prompted a significant rise in the need for agile working, incorporating a digital skill set to seamlessly facilitate remote and blended …

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Aspire 2Be wins at the inaugural Wales STEM Awards

Aspire 2Be is “thrilled” to have been crowned a winner at the inaugural Wales STEM Awards on Thursday November 12th in a virtual ceremony hosted by Sian Lloyd. The Swansea based company was among 42 innovative companies to be named finalists in this year’s highly anticipated awards, which celebrated those making a difference to, and championing, Science, Technology, Engineering, and …

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Aspire 2Be appoints former Headteacher to lead new national market opportunities

Award-winning education, sport and business technology company Aspire 2Be is delighted to announce the appointment of former national Headteacher of the Year nominee Derek Peaple as Director of Operations for its new Aspire 2Be London Office from 1 September. Derek’s appointment reflects Swansea-based Aspire 2Be’s rapid growth across all three sectors as the only UK …

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Go Construct Educate Programmes Launches In Ebbw Vale

Welsh Government Minister Kirsty Williams visited Willowtown Primary school in Ebbw Vale to launch the Go Construct Educate resources, which introduces the construction industry to the school curriculum in a bid to get more youngsters to consider a future career in construction. https://vimeo.com/389023306 The Go Construct Educate Programme is a Construction Industry Training Board (CITB) …

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