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As part of the College’s progress towards establishing a Renewables Centre of excellence at the Hawick Campus, lecturers Iain Scott and Tom Ramage ran a ‘Renewables Awareness Training’ session for College staff who will be involved with the project.
The highly successful afternoon made staff aware of the various potential training products that the College may be able to offer training and advice on in the future.
Staff also found the…Continue
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North Hertfordshire College has launched a new campaign ‘NHC Support Young People’ to help young people through education into rewarding employment by providing work-related opportunities.
With youth unemployment reaching over one million, NHC is committed to developing the talents of…
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New College Nottingham (ncn) Musical Theatre and Dance students performed All that Fosse at the ncn Clarendon Courtyard Theatre in June.…Continue
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AS and A level students at Wakefield College have given A-level provision at the College the seal of approval in the latest course surveys. Students rated provision above 90% in all the areas they were surveyed in. The latest success follows on from the ringing endorsement Ofsted…Continue
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As part of the 10th Borders Festival of the Horse, SVQ level 1 and 2 Horse Care students demonstrated their skills at Dryden Riding Centre Open Day.
Both groups of students have been working hard over the past few months grooming and trimming the riding school ponies and horses and learning new skills such as plaiting and show production.
The level 1 students showed off their skills by competing in an in hand competition. They were…Continue
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Health Champions complete the very first 6 week course at Borders College to train as ‘ambassadors’ in order to spread the word about health and well being within their own community.
Photo: Moira Oakley, Mary Moffat, Jayne Gracie - Head of Faculty Care & Access, Jamie Marshall, David Killean - Vice Principal Quality and Innovation, Shane Linden, Steven George, David Cook - Health…Continue
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Make the most of your Summer!
LIFE DRAWING @
Borders College - Hawick - Scottish Borders
Monday 20th June 2011 to Thursday 24th June 2011
9.00 am to 4.00 pm
4 day intensive course to develop your life drawing skills.
Cost Cost - £195.00 per person
Borders College - Galashiels- Scottish Borders
Monday 27th June 2011 to…Continue
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Over 1000 visitors attended the Private View of South Essex College’s annual art and design show on Tuesday 14th June, as part of Southend Festival, and showcases the outstanding emerging artistic talent in South Essex.
The show, which forms the biggest free art gallery in Southend, has something for everyone…
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Weston College's annual art, design and music summer show has been hailed as a stunning…Continue
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The Oldham College is offering a new range of environmentally focused courses. The innovative new courses aim to provide the skills required to access careers in renewable technologies and sustainable development.
One of six colleges offering environmental qualifications in Greater Manchester; The Oldham College is a key education partner in leading the way to address climate change. The new courses come at a critical time as the Government has recently committed to reducing…Continue
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Brits are on course to take a record breaking 1.7 million cruises this year despite the tough economic climate, according to statistics released by the Passenger Shipping Association.
The research shows a significant increase in the popularity of cruise holidays at a time when the total number of foreign holidays continues to decline. The phenomenon looks set to continue into next year, with cruise passenger numbers forecasted to reach two million by…Continue
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