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Coleg Morgannwg leading the way for a healthier and happier Wales
Coleg Morgannwg has become the first further education college in Wales to receive a prestigious award for its high standards of health and well-being.
As one of the largest providers of education and training, Coleg Morgannwg has been working hard to maintain and improve the health and well-being of its staff…Continue
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Training Check Ltd has today announced the release of TrainingCheck.com, its online training evaluation tool.
With its release, TrainingCheck.com offers a new approach to delivering and reporting on training evaluations by combining survey technology with dedicated training evaluation content.
“TrainingCheck.com was developed because we felt that the training evaluation options available did not meet the needs and/or resources of most organisations and…Continue
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A group of forty Engineering students, who recently completed their Higher National Diplomas and Higher National Certificates at Central Sussex College, presented their final projects to a group of invited guests from the…Continue
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Staff from national qualification provider, NCFE have raised over £800 to support Marie Curie Cancer Care in the North East.
As part of the ‘Great Daffodil Appeal,’ Marie Curie’s biggest annual fundraising event, the NCFE team supported the charity by collecting money on Northumberland Street in Newcastle City Centre.
The funds raised will help support patients in the North East, both at the Marie Curie Hospice in Newcastle and across the region in their own…Continue
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Adult Learners’ Week Awards 2011 held to celebrate the success of adult learners across Salford
On Saturday 21st May a special event took place at Salford City College, Walkden Sixth Form Centre to celebrate the success and dedication of all adult learners in Salford.
The event, which was organised by Salford City College, Salford City Council and the Broughton Trust, awarded adults who are engaged in learning across Salford via the college,…Continue
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A special VIP dinner and awards celebration is held for sporting college students.
Sporting professionals of tomorrow gathered at Swinton Park Golf Club on Thursday 19th May, to celebrate their successes and achievements this year, at Salford City College’s inaugural Sportspersons Dinner.
The event was also attended by special VIPs from the sporting world, including former England defender, Earl Barrett, Social Inclusion Manager at…Continue
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Enabling it to achieve cost savings and operational efficiencies, Dundee College has installed the Liberty Library Management System (LMS) from Softlink, a world-leading developer of library management systems and information management software solutions.
The system brings extensive benefits to college management and library staff. Being able to use email and texting tools to alert students if they have overdue books has saved the college time, effort and resources,…Continue
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Barry College student Alan Bevan has won silver in a national skills competition for his skills as an electrician.
Alan came second in the all-Wales heat of SkillElectric Wales, a competition organised by Sector Skills Council SummitSkills. The 22-year-old Electrical Installation Part 3…Continue
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The college was presented with an ‘Edward’ award on Friday 20 May as part of National Epilepsy Week…Continue
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A new Music Festival being held at Weston College's University Campus will highlight emerging talent from two courses.
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Visitors to the extremely popular Derbyshire Food and Drink Festival held at Hardwick Hall on Saturday witnessed a fantastic demonstration by Chesterfield College Catering Lecturer, Ian Matthews and his two students James Raymond Barker and Hussein Kamkar.
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Online re-employment assistance provider MyWorkSearch has launched a series of live interactive online webinars to help public sector employees assist their colleagues to deal with the challenge of moving to the private sector.
When they apply for a job in the private sector, almost 90% of public sector candidates underperform compared to candidates from the private sector.
A recent survey by Hays showed that private sector employers find that candidates from…Continue
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Bristol, UK, 23rd May 2011 – Symmetry, a financial management systems provider has become one of the first suppliers to sign up to BASDA’s (Business Application Software Developer’s Association) ‘Cloud Vendor Charter’ that encourages vendors to…Continue
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Seventeen year old James Daly has high hopes of being named one of the UK’s top new musical talents, when he travels to Ibiza this summer to compete in the British Student DJ championships.
James, aka ‘DJ J Daly’, completed an NCFE Level 2 Performance Skills qualification in his home town of Liverpool last year.
During the two year, part-time vocational course, he was tasked to produce short pieces of music and performed to local audiences which helped him set…Continue
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QDP’s brand new online survey toolkit, Survey Manager is about to be launched to help the sector make financial savings without compromising the information that supports quality improvement planning and retains tried and tested practices.
Survey Manager is a unique software toolkit which allows education providers to easily design and build their own surveys whilst retaining access to all the delivery methods, support and guidance that QDP has provided to the…Continue
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