A group of first year apprentices from Kimberly-Clark recently attended a four day personal development and team building residential event.
Two Sellafield apprentices have been recognised as among the UK's best at a prestigious national awards, presented by a heavy metal legend.
A wave of healthcare apprentices from the area's hospitals are taking a step towards a nursing degree after completing their training on the wards.
Pupils got kitted out for hands-on activities with apprentice mentors during a visit to global healthcare company GSK.
The University of Cumbria his forging new links with employers to help them make the most of higher level and degree apprenticeship schemes.
Defence secretary Sir Michael Fallon says "Barrow is leading the way" in British industry and apprenticeship training.
The University of Cumbria is running a series of events for employers this month to explain the apprenticeship levy.
The most difficult choice for most young people as they are about to leave school is whether to continue in education or go straight into work.
Three of Furness' biggest employers feature in the top 10 of a national poll of employers for young people.
A West Cumbrian GP practice has been recognised as ‘outstanding’ following a recent inspection by the Care Quality Commission.
A scheme that aims to create 50 apprenticeships and reward employers with a cash incentive of up to £2,500 has given out its first bursaries.
Apprentices are competing to become the apprentice team of the year in this year's Brathay Apprentice Challenge, run by the Ambleside-based charity.
Employers in Cumbria can find out more about Higher and Degree Level Apprenticeships at a University of Cumbria information event.
Defence secretary Sir Michael Fallon has welcomed news that a leading employer is training a record number of apprentices.
Ulverston Victoria High School has been crowned Secondary School of the Year at Cumbria’s premier education awards, The Golden Apples.