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  • The apprentices of the year!
    a greater team spirit within the team and this isn t a coincidence he has new ideas energy and a positive can do attitude that is infectious He is genuinely liked by everyone across the board at Eden which is a real bonus in a HR team Simply put we wouldn t cope without Matt now and we feel he deserves to be recognised for this said Jed Langdon Learning Development Specialist at Eden Project The Apprentice of the Year in Health and Social Care and Childcare award was presented to Somer Miles from St Austell When Somer was 17 years old she left home to live independently so that she could complete her Apprenticeship at Little Stars Nursery as the public transport was not adequate for her working hours She completed her Level 2 Childcare Apprenticeship and progressed straight onto her Level 3 diploma so that she could take on extra responsibilities She has also taken on more responsibility working with children with additional needs and area she now wants to specialise in Kieran Douglas from Par was the second winner from Eden Project when he was awarded Apprentice of the Year in Hospitality Kieran has not only developed new winning dishes for the menu but also in his spare time studies the science of how bread rises In his nomination Eden s Jed Langdon said Kieran has a passion to progress he embraces every challenge throw at him He is a fantastic role model for other apprentices and has represented Eden at external food demos He has a sparkle in his eye constantly pushing to be the best chef he can so much so that the experienced chefs he is working with have forgotten he is an apprentice The Apprentice of the Year in Hair and Beauty prize was awarded to Alice Rowling from Perranporth apprentice with S2 S3 Hair Studios As well as organising large charity hair and fashion shows in her own time Alice has helped open a second salon while becoming a qualified stylist Alice is extremely presentable and approachable clients absolutely love her Her development over the last 2 years as both a young lady and a stylist has left us confidently proud Alice although confident is totally humble She s a real stylist and a total grafter said Sasha Kavanagh Company Director Darren Little from Marazion won Apprentice of the Year in Management and Marketing for his work at St Aubyns Estate Anna Tribe Darren s Training Adviser at Truro and Penwith College described him as a leader amongst peers on his course His calm capable and professional demeanour has made him the person of choice to feature on a number of television programmes on gardening gardens and St Michael s Mount He has attended ropes access courses to enable him to reach and maintain even the most inaccessible areas of the Mount He is a perfect example of why apprenticeships can work so well for people who are already in employment Corey

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  • An evening with Baroness D’Souza
    Truro Chamber of Commerce in conjunction with the Hall for Cornwall and Cornwall Chamber of Commerce Speaking ahead of her visit the Lord Speaker said I m very much looking forward to the visit to Truro and to meeting with the business community there It s vital that local businesses and representatives of trade and commerce understand they can share their concerns and issues with members of the House of Lords and I hope all parties will find it an interesting and rewarding event Giles Horne Chairman of The City of Truro Chamber of Commerce says Securing a meeting with the Lord Speaker is a tremendous coup for Truro Chamber With the pace of economic growth quickening and business confidence growing this event is an ideal opportunity for our members to gain an understanding of how to influence Government policy through the House of Lords The event is free to attend with a limited number of places available Businesses can reserve their places by emailing secretary truro chamber co uk 7 15 Arrival at venue registration for attendees 7 30 Welcome and introduction from the Chair 7 45 Talk by Baroness D Souza 8 15 Questions from the audience 8 45 End of questions and thanks 9pm Event end RSVP to secretary truro chamber co uk Post navigation Previous Post Stand up and be recognised Next Post The apprentices of the year Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked Comment Name Email Website Search for Recent Posts BCC Welcome deficit reduction in March but huge task still lies ahead A financial controller from a Truro based organisation has gained chartered status after completing three years of studying BCC Disappointing retail sales reinforce concerns of slowing economy New Tax Year Offers Tax

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  • Stand up and be recognised
    over the last year and enjoyed measurable benefits Planning is already well underway for the awards ceremony in January and the judges are ready and waiting for the applications to start coming in The business environment continuously evolves the Excellence in Business Training Award recognises this and has developed new categories providing businesses and individuals the opportunity to tell their story of success throughout this tough economic climate New categories include Young Apprentice of the Year 16 18 years old Outstanding Commitment to Apprenticeship Small 1 50 employees and Training Programme of the Year recognising specialised innovative training and the positive impact this has had on businesses Shortlisted nominees are invited to a glittering awards ceremony at The Atlantic Hotel Newquay on 29th January 2016 where the overall winner for each category will be announced Sally Foard added Continuously developing the skills of a business is fundamental to its success to meet some of the employers and staff from the South West who are real proof of this is humbling and always a delight Raoul Humphreys Deputy CEO of Cornwall College said In today s challenging economic climate it s good to know businesses are still prioritising training as they plan their budgets many are recognising that it has a positive financial impact as well as improving staff morale and retention I would encourage any business not to be shy and to take the plunge and apply Any business in the region can enter the 2016 awards sharing how they have used staff training to improve their profitability staff morale retention performance and to gain competitive advantage The categories for the awards are Outstanding Commitment to Apprenticeships Small 1 50 employees Outstanding Commitment to Apprenticeships Medium Large 51 employees Young Apprentice of the Year 16 18 years old Apprentice of

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  • Views are my own
    of this and more will be addressed by Giles Vicat a Senior Advisor from ACAS an organisation devoted to preventing and resolving employment disputes You ll like this event if You re an employer who wants to know more about where you stand what your rights are and the best ways to take action if something s amiss You re an employee who wants to know more about the powers your employer has and what you should avoid putting on social media Your job role includes social media management and this topic fascinates you You re a HR professional Book now Post navigation Previous Post New European Programme officially launches Next Post Stand up and be recognised Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked Comment Name Email Website Search for Recent Posts BCC Welcome deficit reduction in March but huge task still lies ahead A financial controller from a Truro based organisation has gained chartered status after completing three years of studying BCC Disappointing retail sales reinforce concerns of slowing economy New Tax Year Offers Tax Savings BCC comments on labour market statistics Recent Comments Mark George on The Isles of

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  • New European Programme officially launches
    These will take place in the following locations 05 10 15 Wadebridge Main Hall Wadebridge Town Hall 14 00 16 00 08 10 15 Launceston Otto Peters Room Launceston Town Hall 10 00 12 00 08 10 15 Bude Room 1 Parkhouse Centre 14 00 16 00 12 10 15 Bodmin Cornish Room Bodmin Library 10 00 12 00 12 10 15 Camelford Leisure Centre 14 30 16 30 22 10 15 Isles of Scilly Church Hall St Mary s 13 00 15 00 23 10 15 Liskeard Long Room Public Hall Liskeard Town Council 13 00 15 00 23 10 15 Saltash Council Chamber Town Council Saltash 16 00 18 00 09 11 15 St Austell Barnes Room White Hart Hotel 10 00 12 00 09 11 15 Newquay Town Council Committee Room 14 00 16 00 16 11 15 Falmouth Maritime Museum 10 00 12 00 16 11 15 Helston The Old Cattle Market 14 00 16 00 19 11 15 Camborne Pool Redruth Pool Innovation Centre 10 00 12 00 19 11 15 Truro Haven House 14 00 16 00 27 11 15 St Ives Greta Williams Room St Ives Library 10 00 12 00 27 11 15 Penzance Lounge Area Workbox 14 00 16 00 Councillor Julian German member of the Integrated Territorial Investment ITI Board which is responsible for overseeing the Cornwall Isles of Scilly Growth Programme said The launch of the new European Programme is a key point in the journey towards the economic growth of our region We will work hard with partners and applicants to ensure this round of European Union funding achieves all that it can Lindsey Hall CEO co founder of RIO and ITI Board member said Good growth is at the heart of the CIOS Growth Programme growth that

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  • Help make Cornwall a cleaner county
    Stott said It s easy to forget that we all have a part to play in looking after our local environment We want to remind people that litter is a problem and help bring the issue back into public awareness Simple actions can help stop litter like taking litter home binning a piece of rubbish you see in the street or on a beach or joining a local litter pick Paying more attention to how we create litter in the first place and understanding what we can do to easily reduce this was a big part of the discussions we encouraged in Clean Cornwall week Nicholas Rodda Managing Director of Rodda s added At Rodda s we re proud of the beautiful Cornish countryside and our fantastic high streets We are supporting this initiative to highlight the importance of all doing our bit to keep Cornwall clean During the experiment we were delighted to thank Nick Cuthbert and Catherine Willoughby for picking up litter by giving them a celebratory Rodda s cream tea Join the conversation online with CleanCornwall Roddas Cream and StopLitter How to get involved Support the Clean Cornwall initiative with an anti littering Business Pledge of just 100 www cleancornwall org Post navigation Previous Post ERDF Convergence investment what has it meant to the real businesses and individuals that have accessed it Next Post New European Programme officially launches Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked Comment Name Email Website Search for Recent Posts BCC Welcome deficit reduction in March but huge task still lies ahead A financial controller from a Truro based organisation has gained chartered status after completing three years of studying BCC Disappointing retail sales reinforce concerns of slowing economy New Tax Year Offers Tax

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  • ERDF Convergence investment… what has it meant to the real businesses and individuals that have accessed it?
    Jones Translation NSC Jubilee Warehouse Post navigation Previous Post New Health Fitness Manager to oversee exciting gym expansion as Cornwall s first leisure trust looks to the future Next Post Help make Cornwall a cleaner county Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked Comment Name Email Website Search for Recent Posts BCC Welcome deficit reduction in March but huge task still lies ahead A financial controller from a Truro based organisation has gained chartered status after completing three years of studying BCC Disappointing retail sales reinforce concerns of slowing economy New Tax Year Offers Tax Savings BCC comments on labour market statistics Recent Comments Mark George on The Isles of Scilly become some of the best connected islands in the world Archives April 2016 March 2016 February 2016 January 2016 December 2015 November 2015 October 2015 September 2015 August 2015 July 2015 June 2015 May 2015 April 2015 March 2015 February 2015 January 2015 December 2014 November 2014 October 2014 January 2014 October 2013 July 2013 April 2013 February 2013 November 2012 Categories Apprentices Awards British Chambers of Commerce Business Education Business News Chamber News Charity and Social Enterprise News Cornwall

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  • New Health & Fitness Manager to oversee exciting gym expansion as Cornwall’s first leisure trust looks to the future.
    one of the biggest and best health and fitness facilities in the County which in turn will drive new and innovative concepts and massively improve our customer s experience Following the disappointment of last year s land sale falling through the gym expansion project forms the first step of a refreshed re development strategy the Trust has put in place to enhance the centre s facilities Alex Clifton the Trust s Chief Operating Officer commented We haven t ruled out the possibility that a land sale will provide the capital required to upgrade the Centre as a whole going forwards but with the building now forty two years old we felt a number of immediate improvements were necessary The Board of Trustees and management team have therefore been working hard behind the scenes to put together a sustainable re investment plan that delivers a better facility for the community and I m delighted that we ve reached the first stage of what is shaping up to be an exciting few years During the works at the end of the year the gym will be temporarily relocated meaning that although there will be some minor disruption the health fitness facilities will remain open for its users to enjoy as normal For more information on activities available at Carn Brea contact a member of staff on 01209 714766 or visit www carnbrealeisurecentre co uk Post navigation Previous Post Courses and workshops from SSE Next Post ERDF Convergence investment what has it meant to the real businesses and individuals that have accessed it Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked Comment Name Email Website Search for Recent Posts BCC Welcome deficit reduction in March but huge task still lies ahead A financial controller from

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