On 26 June students from West Thames College joined other high achieving young people from across Hounslow for the Jack Petchey Foundation Awards evening. The foundation was set up in 1999 by successful businessman Jack Petchey, to support, recognise and celebrate the achievements of young people across the London area.
The ceremony held at the Waterman’s Theatre in Brentford, saw six students from West Thames College presented with their awards along with other young people from the…Continue
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The hard work and commitment of Cardiff and Vale College’s Aircraft Engineering students has been celebrated at a special awards ceremony.
Held at the College’s International Centre for Aerospace Technology (ICAT) at Cardiff Airport, three students from a range of aero courses were…Continue
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Janae is a second year applied medical science student who is also enrolled on the College’s football scholarship programme with Barnet girl’s football academy. She trains three times a week and plays at a competitive level, whilst having the flexibility and freedom to study the subjects of her choice.
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A group of young people who have not been in employment, education or training have visited a school for people with severe mental and physical disabilities to give the pupils a makeover.
The Fast Forward Hair & Beauty students from Cardiff and Vale College visited Erw’r Delyn School…Continue
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Construction students at Chelmsford College are benefiting from a close collaboration with the South-East company Denne Construction. Since January, Denne has organised several careers workshops for first year students and mock interviews for students completing this year to help prepare them for work in the industry.
Denne has also provided additional on-site training for College staff, updating them on industry requirements and sponsored several work placements for students…Continue
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EAL Welcomes Educative Elements
Chancellor George Osborne’s commitment to fund a programme creating 20 University Technical Colleges (UTCs), 20 school studios and 180 new free schools per year has been given top marks by EAL, the specialist awarding organisation for industry qualifications.
The reforms, aimed at ‘equipping young people with the skills that they need to succeed’, outlined in the House of Commons today, have been warmly welcomed for providing a clearer…Continue
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Warrington Collegiate celebrates student achievements
Warrington Collegiate celebrated outstanding student achievement with its own ‘Educational Oscars,’ awards ceremony at the Halliwell Jones stadium, Warrington. This year‘s FE Awards ceremony was the best ever with one student, Ashley Terron, selected to represent the UK in the International WorldSkills 2013 in July in Leipzig and a second student, Rianne Chester, selected to train for International…Continue
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A Weston College Musical Theatre student enjoyed the challenges of learning abroad during a four-week placement in Germany.Continue
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Multi-award winning social entrepreneur, Junior Ogunyemi, attended…Continue
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A recently released Ofsted report has commended Barking & Dagenham College for its commitment to students and its support in helping them achieve success.Continue
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Barking & Dagenham College has been helping to showcase the exciting apprenticeship opportunities now being created by employers and businesses, as part of a project funded by the Learning and Skills Improvement Service (LSIS).
Working in conjunction with London colleges and independent providers, the campaign has included the production of an e-brochure which was launched at London’s City Hall yesterday (25th June). The campaign and the e-brochure highlights…Continue
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The agency is due to open this September and will be run and managed by students in partnership with Simon Dinham, of…Continue
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A Further Education course which combines excellent business tuition with an internationally recognised English qualification has celebrated its third year of 100% pass rates.
Cardiff and Vale College’s BTEC Level 2 Diploma in Business with IELTS is taught by ESOL (English…Continue
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Warrington Collegiate Beauty Therapists win in North West contest
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Stanmore College students, who won the College’s annual talent show, have come third in the London-wide college talent show finals, ‘Show me wot you got’.
The SMWYG finals took place on Friday, 21st June at the Shaw Theatre in London, with a variety of acts, from solo vocals to group vocals, dancing and rapping. Performers made it through to the finals by having won their respective institutions’ in-house annual talent shows.
SMWYG is an organisation that focuses on getting…Continue
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On Saturday 8th June between 12pm and 3pm, Chelmsford College opened its doors for an afternoon of fun to raise money for the Helen Rollason Cancer Charity.
Learner Voice reps donned their Mad Hatter and White Rabbit outfits for the event and staff and students ran a number of activities and stalls. There was everything from a tombola to a second hand book stall; a CSI competition to a bouncy castle, along with a sports competition, hair & beauty treatments and teapot bunting…Continue
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ADULTS enrolling at Stoke on Trent College can now apply for a wide range of exciting new courses.
How to make the most of your iPad is just one of the new £25 taster courses offered by the College. The short courses, which start from September, also include; Introduction to reflexology, Build your own PC, and a variety of creative courses in cookery, fashion, photography and pottery.
“We’ve added some really exciting new courses this year,” said Mark…Continue
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Darren builds a great future for himself
23 year old Darren Cheetham, from Birchwood, studying Construction and the Built Environment, is celebrating after being selected for the prestigious cadet programme with Laing O’Rourke.Continue
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Lancaster based software development house accessplanit strengthen their management team with the appointment of a new Commercial Director. John Clark, formerly International Business Projects Director at OCS Group, a US$1bn turnover company delivering Total Facilities Management globally, joined accessplanit earlier this month. Previous projects included expansion within the Asia Pacific markets with particular reference to the Aviation, Education and Healthcare…Continue
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