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Take a look through our news section to find the latest news and developments from across the Group.
Two of South Wales’ leading training providers have joined forces to launch a new training programme for aspiring HR professionals.
A new marketing initiative to promote events and profile-raising opportunities in London for Wales and Welsh organisations has been launched.
A woman who has been involved in work-based learning for 22 years and one of Acorn's Directors has been elected chair of the National Training Federation for Wales for the next three years.
In his monthly Western Mail column, Matt Southall, Acorn's Managing Director addresses the Cardiff BID; the latest bid for Wales.
In our monthly column for the South Wales Echo, Gail Thomas, one of our Recruitment Consultants pre-warns jobseekers about some of the worst mistakes they could make when applying for a new role.
Following the changes to the Solicitors Regulation Authority’s (SRA) continuing professional development (CPD) requirements, legal professionals in Swansea are being invited to attend a workshop and seminar to explore the new continuing competence changes in law regime and the direct impact it will have on them.
In response to increasing demand for its high-level executive search services, one of the UK’s leading specialist recruitment agencies has employed three new directors to work with leading businesses UK-wide.
Former bank manager Ann Mullin from Undy in Monmouthshire refused to cash out on working life when made redundant in her mid-50s, and now after retraining, she’s looking forward to a whole new career developing skills in others.
In his monthly Western Mail column, Matt Southall, Acorn's Managing Director reflects on the first year of the group's successful Legal Division.