Teesside University Together with Business
One of the country’s most prominent business leaders has shared her tips for success at a special event organised by Teesside University as part of National Apprenticeship Week.
Ways in which the life science sector can be expanded in the North of England have been explored at a special event hosted by the National Horizons Centre.
Teesside University Business School is supporting a £3 million programme to help businesses across the region grow by identifying their skills needs and accessing employee training.
News that a COVID-19 vaccine is set to be manufactured on Teesside has been welcomed by the National Horizons Centre which will provide vital training to the vaccine manufacturing workforce.
A five-year mission to cement the reputation of Darlington and the Tees Valley as one of the UK’s centres of bioscience innovation has been endorsed by a panel of leading industry experts.
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