News - January, 2021

Posted on: January, 2021
5 DAYS TO REMOVE YOUR BLOCKS AND GET VISIBLE ON LINKEDIN February 8th 2021 12:00PM - February 12th 2021 12:30PM This is a free 5 day online challenge which will take place in my LinkedIn Group ‘Networking Tips with My Super Connector’. Each day of the challenge I will share a pre recorded training link at...
Posted on: January, 2021
If you have a dispute or claim as a result of Covid-19, Everys Solicitors' specialist litigation lawyers, Gay Cherryson and Kathy Trist, are here to help you. Every Tuesday, from 4pm until 6pm, Gay and Kathy will be providing FREE, no-obligation, 20-minute telephone appointments. If you would like advice on any...
Posted on: January, 2021
Exeter College is Devon's only Ofsted Outstanding further education college and provides first class education and training for adults, Apprentices, vocational and academic students. It plays an important civic role in the city of Exeter and the South West.  The College prides itself on the variety of its curriculum offer for the...
Posted on: January, 2021
Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW) has launched a brand-new initiative for companies based across the South West – the CHSW Business Club. The charity is encouraging others to join with them to show their support for CHSW’s work with local children and families in what is its milestone 30th anniversary...
Posted on: January, 2021
Exeter College Principal and Chief Executive John Laramy CBE took part in a virtual roundtable with government ministers and other sector leaders as the Government published its Skills for Jobs White Paper.   The White Paper, which focuses on revolutionising post-16 education for the benefit of businesses, learners and the wider community, was discussed...
Posted on: January, 2021
Improvement works being carried out by Network Rail in the coming months that will affect GWR services in your area: On Sunday 7 and 14 February, track renewals will take place through Platforms 1 and 3 at Exeter St Davids. Buses will replace trains between Exeter St Davids and Exeter Central...
Posted on: January, 2021
Self Assessment customers will not receive a penalty for their late online tax return if they file by 28 February, HM Revenue and Customs’ Chief Executive Jim Harra has announced. More than 8.9 million customers have already filed their tax return. HMRC is encouraging anyone who has not yet filed their...
Posted on: January, 2021
Rapid Charging Exeter is a new initiative bringing state-of-the-art, rapid electric vehicle chargers to neighbourhoods across Exeter.  Exeter is already streets ahead of the rest of the UK when it comes to electric vehicle ownership. With the 2030 ban on new petrol and diesel cars, electric vehicle sales are set to increase exponentially. But for many people, charging at or near home is impossible...
Posted on: January, 2021
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Posted on: January, 2021
The 14th annual National Apprenticeship Week is fast approaching and will run from 8 to 14 February 2021. For the very first time, it is entirely based in a digital world. From virtual career fairs through to factory tours, the Week has something for everyone. You will hear personal stories from apprentices and...
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