Lecturer/Assistant Professor in Earth and Environmental Sciences at University of Central Asia 319433 of the year

Lecturer/Assistant Professor in Earth and Environmental Sciences (Rank based on merit and experience; Associate or Full Professor ranks may be considered for specific candidates) – Three vacancies Department: School of Arts and SciencesDuty Station: Khorog, TajikistanDeadline: Open until filled, but for full consideration please apply by the end of December 2022 Start date: February 1, … Read more

College has officially opened the Power Center for a ‘Brighter Future’

Grantham College has officially opened its new Energy Centre, which aims to develop students’ skills and “become part of a brighter future”. Ribbon cutting ceremony Grantham College Principal Paul Dean welcomed visitors to the opening today (December 2) and Mayor of Grantham Council Graham Gell cut the ribbon to open the centre. In his opening … Read more

An Aberdeen-based training consultancy invests in home-grown talent

Gary (left) and Ann McRobb (centre) of Ann McRobb Associates have hired their son Patrick (right) as their first business management trainee. Image: Ann McRobb Associates.

Aberdeen offshore and energy training consultancy Ann McRobb Associates has announced the appointment of its first business management trainee. Ann McRobb Associates managing director and operations director Gary McRobb decided to keep it in the family by appointing their 21-year-old son Patrick, who will join the McRobb ranks from full-time work. Family business. Based in … Read more

UW to present new credentials on carbon capture, energy

LARAMIE – The University of Wyoming Board of Trustees approved several new academic tracks for students during their November meeting. UW now offers certificate programs in Carbon Capture Utilization and Storage and Land Management. Carbon capture has gained popularity over the years, and UW is a recognized leader in the area, said Trustee Michelle Sullivan. … Read more

Football coaches complete fitness course » Borneo Bulletin Online


Fadil Yunus The Sultanate’s football fitness instructors and aspiring coaches formed a close relationship following the conclusion of the Brunei Darussalam Football Association’s (FABD) introductory fitness course last Wednesday. This was highlighted by the participant Mohammad Hadi Dini Bin Haji Abdul Rahman at the closing ceremony of the FABD House Lecture Theatre. On behalf of … Read more

BEIS launched a £9.2 million energy efficiency training programme

BEIS launches £9.2 million energy efficiency training programme. Image: Getty The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) has launched a £9.2 million scheme to help set up training courses for 9,000 heat pump and energy efficient installers. In doing so, installers can train in the Green Jobs Home Decarbonization Skills Training Competition. This … Read more

How to beat the cost of living as a small business owner – Minutehack

Small businesses are essential to building our nation. In fact, recent research shows that they are responsible for 61% of all employment in the UK. On 3 December 2022, we will celebrate their contribution to the UK and encourage consumers to shop locally through the non-profit campaign Small Business Saturday. Yes, it’s very annoying. In … Read more

Government funding to deliver nearly 9,000 green house skills training courses

The Government has today announced funding of over £9 million to deliver a range of new training courses designed to deliver thousands of certified heat pump and energy efficient installers. Funding awarded through the Home Decarbonisation Skills Training Competition is expected to support around 9,000 free or heavily subsidized courses in the UK for people … Read more