Speed dating in salisbury wiltshire

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We attend many events, and also run our own across Hampshire, Dorset and Wiltshire.

These are either designed to stimulate discussion and offer snapshots of helpful information on certain subjects, or aimed at fellow A thought provoking, interactive event for business decision makers to understand the opportunities offered by crowdfunding platforms and to hear from experts on how to prepare a perfect crowdfunding pitch.

A key strength in Wiltshire is the integrated approach to the Education, Employment & Skills Challenge between the Council’s 13-19 Education & Skills Team, Integrated Youth Service and Employment & Skills Team within the Economy & Regeneration Service.

Apprenticeship Surgeries will provide support around CV writing, interview techniques, registering / applying on AV etc and Speed Dating sessions will run aimed at introducing potential apprentices to employers with actual apprenticeship vacancies.

A spokesman said a 27 per cent budget cut from the Department of Transport to local authorities and a likely withdrawal of all funding for next year has forced the move.

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From 1st July 2012, partners have committed to encourage Wiltshire employers to create an additional 1000 apprenticeships by the end of July 2013 and in doing so support 100 businesses to take on their first apprentice.The Red Lion We are located in the very heart of the city of Salisbury only seconds from the medieval market square.Just 10 mins from Old Saurm airfield makes us an ideal choice for anyone jumping at Go Skydive."An important part of this process will be to promote speed awareness and to impress on all drivers that it has always been the case that they should think of the consequences of their actions and how easy it is when in a car to kill or injure or to be killed or injured." ACC Geenty added: “Drivers should not think it is now safe for them to break the law and I want to emphasise that the Police will continue to vigorously enforce speed limits across the county and promote safe driving."This will include the use of marked and unmarked Police vehicles used by trained roads policing officers, by trained Special Constables and Neighbourhood Policing Teams.

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