James Cropper is expecting its results for the year up to April 2017 to be ahead of previous expectations.
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.
Kendal and Kirkby Lonsdale have both been named as being among the 'Best Places to Live in Britain' by The Sunday Times.
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.
Around 40 different businesses, voluntary organisations and universities will exhibit at Kendal College’s Careers Fair on Tuesday, March 7.
A group of four students found out more about healthcare in Cumbria during a Dream Placement.
A mental health worker from Carlisle has been singled out and credited for his standard of excellence by The Royal College of Nursing.
Barrow Sixth Form students will be able to study A level design and technology from September thanks to an innovative new partnership.
The annual Carlisle Skills Fair on Thursday, January 26 attracted thousands of job seekers.
Three of Furness' biggest employers feature in the top 10 of a national poll of employers for young people.
Staff and students are celebrating after Furness College topped the national league table for the progress students make after school.
A college that recently merged to become the largest provider of education and skills training in Cumbria welcomes an experienced board of governors.