Up to 7,500 young people in Lancashire will benefit from programmes designed to enhance their digital skills as part of a £300,000 investment.
A unique opportunity for Year 11 students to meet Cumbrian employers, sixth forms, Further and Higher Education representatives along with apprenticeship and training-providers, all in one place.
Laura Wellington has been appointed as the new Head of Employability to manage two major new contracts to help people back to work in Cumbria.
Pete Alger has been recognised in the Queen's birthday honour list 2021 for his service to young people in Cumbria and Lancashire.
This year NCS is looking a little bit different, but for our local communities, we hope it will help. Find out more about NCS and Keep Doing Good.
Inspira has mobilised our team and moved them online so that our services can remain 'digitally' open.
Apprenticeship numbers have risen over the past couple of years. Find out what our business administration apprentice thinks about learning and earning at the same time.
Mark Bowman, Chief Exec of Inspira, reflects on 2019 and looks ahead into 2020
Celebration held for the Graduations of the Autumn NCS programme.
Inspira and the Lancashire Skills Hub have won the national award for the Careers Hub of the Year.
Traineeships with CUFC will be available in Carlisle this autumn. Read more to see how Inspira is helping develop the programme.
On GCSE results day, impartial advice and apprenticeships are on offer from leading careers management and personal development charity Inspira.
A delegation of young people from Fukushima visited West Cumbria to find out more about nuclear decommissioning and NCS.
YouTube influencers dropped into Lakeside YMCA this week, find out what they think of NCS.
With social actions on NCS well under way, a team from Carlisle raises over 750 for the charity Happy Mums.
Twenty young people from Flensburg in Germany and Slupsk in Poland visit Carlisle as part of the annual youth exchange.
Barrow youth and community worker joins Inspira as the company continues to grow.