Around 120 business students organised and took part in a sponsored walk from Uxbridge College’s campus in Uxbridge to its site in Hayes five miles away.
The group completed the walk to raise money for the charity ‘Safe and Sound’, which helps support young people in south…Continue
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Hero the Bear says Thank you
Enterprising students studying Public Services at Warrington Collegiate got a big thank you from Hero the Bear when they devised a yummy way of raising over £80 for the Peace Centre.
Inspired by Paul Hollywood, Artisan Baker and judge on the BBC’s Great British Bake to get involved in the ‘Peace of Cake’ campaign the students got together with friends and family to come up a delicious array of tempting treats for the students and staff at…Continue
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Omololu Abiodun (20), from Chingford, has proved once more just what a talented sprinter he is. Despite only recently coming back from a hamstring injury, the Barking & Dagenham College automotive engineering student has been crowned 2013 Essex Champion at the Essex County Athletics Championship.
Omololu won the gold medal in both the 100m and 200m races and did so in incredible times. For the 100m he beat thirteen competitors to run an impressive 10.73 seconds, in both…Continue
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A businesswoman who went from the corporate world to self-employment will answer students’ questions during a visit to Newham College on 4 June.
Students completing beauty, hair, make-up, business and other courses will learn from Maleka Dattu’s experience of creating her own successful skincare brand.
Maleka launched Merumaya Integrative Effective Skincare®, http://www.merumaya.com/, in October 2012 and her products were in select John…Continue
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Careers World Magazine Runs Competitions For Its Readers!
Careers World magazine has announced that it is running not one, but two competitions for its Facebook users!
The publication provides careers guidance materials for both students and careers advisors completely free of charge, while its sister publication, the ‘What Apprenticeship?’ handbook, provides information on applying for and studying…Continue
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Young Entrepreneurs prove that Peter Jones is right
The first graduates from the Peter Jones Enterprise Academy at Warrington Collegiate are proof that ‘Entrepreneurs are not born, they are made.’ This is the belief of Peter Jones, CBE, star of ‘Dragons’ Den’, who has set up the Peter Jones Enterprise Academy ( PJEA), the first to offer further education courses in enterprise and entrepreneurship in the UK where students are actually required to set up and run their own…Continue
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Students got the chance to meet with senior management at Hopwood Hall College’s annual ‘Learner Voice Conference.’ The conference is designed to allow students to showcase the work they have done throughout the year and share thoughts about education and College issues, as well as listen to speakers from organisations such as Greater Manchester Police and Rochdale Food Bank and interview the College Principal in a special ‘Principal’s Question Time.’
The College has always…Continue
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Barking & Dagenham College student, Scott Ramm, (22), from Romford, has won the ‘Heating and Plumbing Services Group, Trainee of the Year Award 2013’ from the Building & Engineering Services Association (B&ES).
Scott, who is studying for an NVQ Diploma in Plumbing & Heating at the College and is an apprentice with JS Wright & Co Ltd, was nominated for the award for his hard work and dedication.
Scott received his award along with a…Continue
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A Tale of Two Linux Courses
Birmingham City University are offering two very different styles of LPI Linux Essentials course this summer, one aimed at their existing students, the other at institutions hoping to offer courses themselves.
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IMI Awards is celebrating its 550th UK training facility with the addition of the Scania Training Centre in Loughborough, Leicestershire.
Gary Hewerdine, External Verifier for IMI Awards, said the new centre represented a milestone for the organisation’s network of training Centres across the UK and overseas.
“IMI Awards continues to grow in its ability to deliver training to students and motor industry employees alike. The Scania training centre offers a highly impressive and…Continue
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SPORTS staff at the City of Stoke on Trent Sixth Form College have teamed up with Staffordshire University to offer a new course.
The college will now offer a foundation year in Sports Science which will attract students who may have missed out on a full degree at…Continue
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Fareham College’s £12 million Centre of Excellence for Engineering, Manufacturing and Advanced Skills Training (CEMAST) has secured approval from planning officers.
Prior to the planning application public consultations were held with an overwhelming amount of positive responses. Residents commented on how “exciting and attractive” the new building will be and were positive about the low level structure.
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Kate Walsh, BBC The Apprentice star, officially opened the new 'Salon 2' at the Technical Skills Academy, part of Barking & Dagenham College, on Friday. She was joined by Gini Bhogal, make-up artist on The Only Way is Essex, who entertained guests with a series of make-up demonstrations.
The purpose built salon, which is a duplicate of the Salon at Barking & Dagenham College, is the latest facility to open at the Academy and is set to train the next generation of…Continue
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The best student web designers from London descended upon the College of North West London on Friday (24th May) in a battle to find the best of the best.
The College was chosen to host the London regional heats of the WorldSkills Web Design competition after College of North West London student, Mohamed Jawfar, secured third place in the national finals of the competition last year.
Teams from six colleges around London, including South Thames, Bournville, Newbury, Canterbury,…Continue
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Former Stanmore student, Jade Weir-Reid has been added to the AoC‟s new hall of fame known as its Roll of Honour. This has been devised by the AoC for nominees who were shortlisted for the Gold Awards.
Jade now works as an advisor in Retail Banking and as a freelance photographer.
Jade did her A levels in graphic design, art, ICT, and English literature at Stanmore College. She later graduated with a BA in Graphic Design from London Metropolitan University in…Continue
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STUDENTS at Stoke on Trent College were given a taste of what it’s really like to tackle a fire mid-flight and evacuate passengers.
The Level 2 Certificate in Air Cabin Crew students spent a day at the Thomas Cook Airlines training centre in Stockport, where they were put through their…Continue
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Free software that answers prospects’ online questions is being offered to providers in a tie up between Eire based Pubble and Stefan Drew of UK based College & Trainer Marketing. The software, called Pubble, means providers can now answer online questions via a moderator or knowledge bank, plus post questions and answers to social media, without cost.
Eire based Pubble,…
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A group of award winning West Thames College catering students were presented with their medals and certificates on 16 May following an outstanding performance at the Wessex Salon Culinaire competition. The annual competition, held in association with the Craft Guild of Chefs, recognises exceptional culinary skills. This year’s contest, held in Bournemouth in April, received over 700 entries from both professional and trainee chefs.
This is the fourth year running that students from…Continue
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So where would you find beauty demonstrations, alongside free goodie bags and course information? At Stanmore College beauty department’s open event! The College’s beauty department hosted its annual all-day open event on Thursday, 23rd May 2013.
Visitors were invited from all over Harrow to join students while they demonstrated some of what they had learnt throughout courses studied at Stanmore. Level 3 students practiced hot stone massage, Indian head massage and eyelash extensions…Continue
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Kingston College is delighted to announce that Hairdressing Apprentice, Lauren Forest-Moore, has been shortlisted for this year’s VQ Learner of the Year.
VQ Day, a National celebration of vocational qualifications for students, teachers and employers, shines a light on and recognises the millions of talented and skilled people throughout the UK who are awarded VQs. “Students like Lauren are very rare,” explained her tutor following her nomination.…Continue
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