2012 News on training, learning & career development from Acorn 2012 News on training, learning & career development from Acorn

Independent and small retailers at the heart of Cheltenham’s shopping district have been given free training courses, as part of a bid by Cheltenham Borough Council to support the local economy of the town centre.

There’s been a lot of talk of late about the introduction of a living wage – to some a difficult concept in times of economic uncertainty, but one which is under consideration here in Wales.

Cwmbran employees take part in successful non-stop relay from South Wales to London in less than 24 hours

One of the UK’s leading and Wales’ largest recruitment company, Acorn, has renewed its sporting sponsorship deal with Tata Steel Football Club.

Acorn, one of the UK’s leading recruitment and training agencies, is celebrating the success of its specialist IT recruitment division with an expanded team and new contract wins.

Leading community pub group to pilot new Acorn venture in South Wales A leading South Wales pub group has teamed up with one of the country’s biggest recruitment and training firms in a ground-breaking partnership designed to unearth talented and enterprising individuals to run pubs in the region.

Wales-headquartered leading UK recruitment and training group Acorn has launched a new arm of its business to tackle one of the biggest issues facing the pubs and hospitality sector – a nationwide growing shortage of landlords, entrepreneurs and retail operators.

Employees and board members of leading software solutions provider Tribold, one of Acorn’s key clients, set off from their South Wales / Gwent base this week on a grueling 24-hour charity cycle challenge to London.

An Acorn apprentice has been awarded a top accolade at the Federation of Communication Services Apprentice of the Year 2012.

Matt Southall, Acorn's MD talks to the Western Mail.