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Award-winning television presenter to share secrets of career success at our HeppFest online festival.

Award-winning television presenter to share secrets of career success at our HeppFest online festival.

Wednesday 25th November 2020

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Award-winning television presenter Ayo Akinwolere will share the secrets of his career success with South Yorkshire teenagers during the inaugural HeppFest next month. The award-winning broadcaster and Sheffield Hallam University graduate, who presented the BBC’s flagship children’s television show Blue Peter, is one of the headline speakers at HeppFest. A free higher education festival for school pupils, college students, parent…

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Virtual HE Week at The Sheffield College

Virtual HE Week at The Sheffield College

Thursday 15th October 2020

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Week commencing 5th October was HE Week at The Sheffield College. In previous years, HeppSY have assisted the college in their preparation for HE week, and this year was no different. Whilst HeppSY have been preparing to launch their new online digital offer, they were approached by the college to deliver a few presentations as part of HE Week. Sabrina…

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HeppSY Support RNN with Virtual Training

HeppSY Support RNN with Virtual Training

Wednesday 23rd September 2020

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HeppSY were delighted to support RNN Group in delivering a recent virtual training day for 28 staff members focusing on all things Higher Education. RNN are an education and training provider including three colleges of career-focused further and higher education: Rotherham College, Dearne Valley College and North Notts College. Up to date knowledge is vital for Progress Tutors and Skills…

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£130,000 funding to transform careers education for young people in South Yorkshire

£130,000 funding to transform careers education for young people in South Yorkshire

Wednesday 19th August 2020

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The Sheffield City Region has secured more than £130,000 of funding to further boost careers education, helping to tackle youth unemployment and supporting businesses to build back better from the challenge of Coronavirus. A new Careers Hub will be launched in Sheffield, allowing up to 55 new local schools and colleges to work together with universities, training providers, employers and…

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HeppSY celebrating The Sheffield College achieving national careers advice quality mark

HeppSY celebrating The Sheffield College achieving national careers advice quality mark

Tuesday 18th August 2020

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The Sheffield College has achieved a national quality mark for the careers education, information, advice and guidance provided to its students, helped by their collaboration with the Higher Education Progression Partnership South Yorkshire (HeppSY). HeppSY is part of the Uni Connect Programme, funded by the Office for Students, to help school and college students aged 13-19 in South Yorkshire, who…

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New national project to support disadvantaged students affected by COVID-19 to enter higher education launched

New national project to support disadvantaged students affected by COVID-19 to enter higher education launched

Wednesday 1st July 2020

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A new online hub ‘Uni4Me’ bringing together 250 online activities from 50 organisations in the higher education (HE) sector is being launched on the 1st July 2020 by the Minister of State for Universities, Michelle Donelan. The online hub led by the National Education Opportunities Network (NEON) and funded by the participating organisations will act as central portal where learners,…

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