Earlier this year Premier Training offered one lucky student the chance to study the AAT Accounting Qualification for free through a sponsorship programme. Designed to increase opportunities for those looking to gain a professional qualification but who faced significant barriers, financial or otherwise, to do so. It was open to anyone over the age of 16 and no…Continue
Released by AAT on May 26, 2015 at 9:00
Students and staff from Waltham Forest College raised nearly £700 for Alzheimer’s Society
Waltham Forest College is the first London College to become a…Continue
Released by Angela Bucknor on May 22, 2015 at 17:13
A team of Vocational Access students from Cardiff and Vale College have won the Vale of Glamorgan Adult Boccia Championships.
The Killers, made up of captain David Harrison from Cardiff, Matthew Pearce from Dinas Powys, Christopher Richardson from Barry, Abbie Bennett from Barry and…Continue
Released by Chris Baker on May 22, 2015 at 14:12
Outstanding Cambridge Regional College lecturer Dale Turner has been shortlisted for the VQ Teacher of the Year award, winning praise for his inspirational teaching and passionate commitment to students.
Dale, Programme Manager for Uniformed and Public Services, is one of just two teachers to win through to the final of the top awards which recognise the achievements of the very best vocational teachers in the country.…Continue
Released by Lynn O'Shea on May 22, 2015 at 12:51
Former Cardiff and Vale College student Caroline Read has been named Learner of the Year at a prestigious awards ceremony for Further Education students.
Caroline beat off competition from colleges all over Wales to win the Colegau Cymru Award at its annual conference in…Continue
Released by Chris Baker on May 22, 2015 at 12:06
Photograph shows: Deja Brown is congratulated by Matt Rogers of Dapper Fox Media.
Student artists at Birmingham Metropolitan College had just over an hour to get their creative juices flowing in order to respond to a design brief set for them by a local…Continue
Released by Shobby Patel on May 21, 2015 at 10:47
College students heading for top universities
Warrington Collegiate is delighted to announce that students in the Health and Social Care department have been accepted into some of the top and most exclusive universities in the country. The College offers a range of Health and Social Care qualifications from the Introductory Certificate at Level 1 through to the BTEC Extended Diploma with progression to university or the HNC in Health and Social Care at the college’s own Centre…