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Naked Element is Hiring!

Company Administration Apprentice Naked Element are looking for a new apprentice to help with our company administration. The the successful candidate will be involved in the following areas; Company administration – learning how to run a company, including keeping up with legislation, wages, income tax returns, VAT returns, invoicing, other administration (including social media and marketing) Project Management – learning how to review projects daily and liaise with clients and the internal development team The role will include client interaction and networking and will require the candidate to be reasonably flexible with respect to the times of day they can work. Within the 3 to 6 months, the candidate will also be trained in sales and shown how to identify and contact clients. There will be an element of ‘warm’ calling as part of the role. For more details and to apply, please see the full description here .

Come to Breakfast with Paul Foster of Microsoft - Engaging children in technology

What: Engaging children in technology When: Wednesday 15th June 2016 @ 7.30am Where: Maids Head Hotel, Tombland, Norwich, NR3 1LB How much: £11 RSVP: Engaging children in technology – the micro:bit satellite inventors kit The original BBC Micro enabled and inspired many of us to start programming and pursue a technical further education and career. With the BBC microbit, the BBC are trying to inspire the current generation of young people to get creative with technology. The microbit is a ‘thing’ in the Internet of Things era. This breakfast meeting will introduce you to the microbit, enable you to get hands on programming (if you want to bring your laptop), and present the ambitious plans behind the Satellite Inventors Kit for microbit which brings science and technology together with an exciting Space context. Although schools can obtain microbits for free, and there has been tremendous effort pro