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Opportunities for all in National Apprenticeship Week-2021
08/02/2021
People of all ages in the City of Wolverhampton are being encouraged to find out more about apprenticeships during National Apprenticeship Week (February 8-14)
Council sharing success stories for National Apprenticeship Week
08/02/2021
It’s National Apprenticeship Week – and Dudley Council is sharing success stories of people the local authority has taken on and helped onto the first rung of a career ladder.
Milestone passed and online events for National Apprenticeship Week in Sandwell
08/02/2021
Sandwell Council has started more than 750 people on apprenticeships since the introduction of the Apprenticeship Levy scheme in 2017.
Cultural and creative sector to get £60k boost from new scheme
05/02/2021
One of the sectors most affected by the pandemic is to get some extra support from a new scheme led by West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA).
Ladder for the Black Country backs National Apprenticeship Week
05/02/2021
Black Country Consortium to showcase opportunities
Funding secured for new Interchange cycle hub
05/02/2021
Funding secured for new Interchange cycle hub
Sandwell Council to fund nearly 2,000 laptops for young children
05/02/2021
Nearly 2,000 laptops will be provided by Sandwell Council for children ages five, six and seven.
Ladder is helping to rewrite story
04/02/2021
The Ladder for the Black Country is actively supporting the ‘Rewrite the Story’ campaign by the Black Country Consortium to recruit enterprise advisors to support secondary and special education need schools across the area.
What a difference a year makes – new footage reveals progress on M6 junction improvements
04/02/2021
Fascinating new footage released by Highways England offers a bird’s eye view of progress being made on the £78 million transformation of a busy M6 junction to tackle congestion problems.
£1million extra to tackle potholes
04/02/2021
Highways bosses have pumped £1million into a “pothole purge” and resurfacing of residential roads across Dudley borough.
Masterplan for West Bromwich town centre regeneration moves forward.
04/02/2021
Ambitious plans to regenerate and revitalise West Bromwich Town Centre are moving forward.
WMCA to donate old computers to school children to help tackle digital divide
04/02/2021
The West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA) is to donate around 150 old laptops and desktop computers to school children to help address digital poverty across the region.
The latest news and updates from across the Black Country and more in our February 2021 newsletter
04/02/2021
The latest edition of the Black Country LEP newsletter is available now
Wolverhampton businesses receive £6million in vital grants
04/02/2021
More than £6million in small business grants has already been paid to over 900 eligible City of Wolverhampton businesses within a month of the latest round of Government funding going live.
Draft action plan shows how region can reach net zero carbon by 2041 and create thousands of new jobs
03/02/2021
The West Midlands can achieve its ambitious target of becoming net zero carbon by 2041 and create thousands of new jobs if the region pulls together to tackle climate change.

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