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Shipley College Launches Health Week To Boost Staff Wellbeing

Shipley College will be supporting staff to manage their wellbeing next week as it launches its first Health & Wellbeing Week on Tuesday (8th May 2012).


The week-long staff event, which will take place from 8th to 11th May, aims to offer a holistic and proactive approach to staff in improving their health and general wellbeing.


The Health & Wellbeing Week, which will see the college host a series of activities both…


Released on May 4, 2012 at 16:23 —

Saltaire Celebrates World Heritage with Shipley College

People were invited to get a taste of Saltaire’s unique history at the weekend as part of global celebrations of World Heritage Sites.

Lots of events and activities took place around Saltaire, which is a UNESCO world heritage site, including a glimpse of the Saltaire Archive at Shipley College and a Victorian Fun Fair in Roberts Park.

Visitors learnt about the history of Saltaire and why it was given World Heritage status by viewing the unique collection of pictures, artefacts…


Released on April 24, 2012 at 14:27 —

Shipley Staff and Students Helping Kids Start New Chapter

Staff and students at a leading Yorkshire college have been helping children across the region turn over a new leaf as part of World Book Day.

Students from Shipley College have been out in force in the community this week, giving book donations, and helping out with fun children’s activities to mark the global awareness-raising event on Thursday March 1st.

The activities were all part of a Shipley College-run project funded by the European Integration Fund…


Released on March 19, 2012 at 17:20 —

Shipley College: Education Can Help Tackle Interpreter Costs

Soaring interpreter costs faced by Yorkshire’s NHS trusts can be addressed by boosting the standard of English language skills amongst the region’s Asian communities, according to the principal of a leading Yorkshire college.

Nav Chohan, principal at Shipley College, says making more English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) courses available to people in communities across Yorkshire will provide a foundation for a long-term solution to the issue of rising interpreter…


Released on February 9, 2012 at 17:02 —

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