Jun 20, 2011
Maintaining a positive Google CV should be a priority for every business but what happens when bad news hits through no fault of your own? Do you endure years of negativity and lost custom or do you take action?
May 31, 2011
The development of ground-breaking technology to assess apprentices in the workplace via the internet has earned S&B Automotive Academy, a medal of excellence at the international education and training industry’s 2011 ‘Oscars’ in California.
Apr 13, 2011
Annual ‘trust survey’ of professions in Australia reveals car salesmen are ranked lower than the 'oldest' profession
Apr 11, 2011
Tougher European regulations governing the recyclability of new vehicles has prompted leading car salvage auction business, Bluecycle, to create a new Compliance Team to help customers meet their obligations concerning the scrappage of cars.
Mar 14, 2011
Accident damaged vehicles are being given a new lease of life in the skills training of young automotive technicians at a charity project based in Norfolk, UK, thanks to the involvement of Bluecycle, the leading online car salvage business.
Mar 03, 2011
The pioneering use of wireless camera technology to assess learners in the workplace has propelled Bristol based training provider, S&B Automotive Academy, into the spotlight of the global learning community.
Mar 01, 2011
At the age of 48, Billy Lewis suffered a stroke and was told he would probably not survive brain surgery. He did but was told he would never walk again. He did and now he's still motoring almost thirty years later, having bought 11 news cars since.
Jan 25, 2011
The hunt is on for the UK’s top automotive glazing technician as part of a fresh campaign being launched by the Independent Windscreen Academy (IWA) to showcase the complex skills needed in today's automotive glazing sector.
Jan 07, 2011
A straight 'A' grade student has opted out of a degree course in Philosophy at university to pursue his love of cars by undertaking an Apprenticeship with Honda.
Dec 06, 2010
UK based telephone answering service, JAM, has seen a major increase in business during 2010 thanks to the use of social media and networking by its owners, James and Katie Millman, which has also resulted in a number of awards for the company.