The Blog

Month: September 2017

What do the different types of apprenticeship mean?

Thursday, September 14th, 2017

Apprenticeships are a great option for 16-24 year olds who would prefer to earn money whilst they get their qualifications and gain experience in a real working environment.   Apprenticeships come in all shapes and sizes. You can do an apprenticeship in a huge range of industries. It’s not just the stereotypical manual apprenticeships like [Read more…]

How to market your e-book

Thursday, September 14th, 2017

We’ve already shown you how to make a profit from self-publishing your e-book on platforms like Kindle, and explained the process of devising and writing a non-fiction e-book in just a few weeks.   However, if you want to make a viable income from self-publishing, or if you want to be one of the many [Read more…]

Careers in the creative industry

Thursday, September 14th, 2017

The opportunities available in the creative industry are vast and varied.   Last year the government said that the “creative economy is growing three times faster than any other sector.” Creative sectors such as design, advertising, film, gaming and fashion are reportedly growing faster than the rest of the UK economy, employing passionate creative talent [Read more…]

Tips for mature students on returning to education

Thursday, September 14th, 2017

Don’t be put off by titles – the following tips may just change your perceptions of what being a mature student really means.   Do you feel like you’re stuck in a career rut and want to get some new professional qualifications to improve your prospects? Or perhaps you want to take your education to [Read more…]

New Contract Signals Further Investment in Local Training

Thursday, September 7th, 2017

A new contract in China will enable Lincoln College Group to continue to invest in excellent outcomes for learners in Lincolnshire and Nottinghamshire. LCG has just signed and eight-year contract with Chengdu Industry and Trade College to deliver joint Higher Diplomas in International Business. The first intake of around 100 students will begin their studies [Read more…]