ASET lands training contract from Nigeria
ASET International Oil & Gas Training Academy has finalised a contract worth over £444,000 with Learning Resources Nigeria to train 23 Nigerian Nationals for a career in the oil industry.
Filling the skills gap
A range of initiatives to support Aberdeen-based energy companies address immediate skills shortages has been developed by the city council's Business Growth service.
Proposal for third Portlethen primary school to be considered by councillors
Proposals for the future of educational provision in Portlethen will go before the Policy and Resources Committee next week.
Young mathematician selected for National Summer School
Aberdeen pupil Cong Lu has been invited to join the NATIONAL Mathematics Summer School following his excellent performance in the Intermediate Mathematical Challenge.
Student Encourages IT As Career Option As Skills Shortage Rises
Most young people have an interest in mobile devices, apps and computer gaming, but statistics suggest that is where their enthusiasm for IT ends.
Nigerian delegates learn about teaching entrepreneurship at RGU
Over 100 Nigerian academics recently enjoyed a week-long teaching conference in entrepreneurship at Robert Gordon University (RGU).
Capital Document Solutions secures print contract with Fettes College
Capital Document Solutions has agreed a five-year contract with Fettes College in Edinburgh – further strengthening its position in the independent schools market.