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30% off construction and engineering teaching staff recruitment fees from Protocol

Protocol is pleased to offer a fantastic 30% off permanent Construction and Engineering academic and management recruitment fees throughout March 2015.*

You may already be aware of our sector leading temporary academic staff recruitment services but did you know that Protocol also supports FE providers with their permanent recruitment needs?  



Our permanent recruitment service offers the same efficiencies and candidate quality processes our clients have learned to expect…

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Released by FEnews on March 2, 2015 at 10:24

CAVC student A-Jay is a UK Kudo champion

At Cardiff and Vale College student A-Jay Harrhy’s first attempt at entering the UK Junior Kudo Championships he managed the impressive feat of coming second.

 

Seventeen-year-old A-Jay from Sully, who is a Vocational Access student at CAVC, has been a keen participant in martial arts…

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Released by Chris Baker on February 27, 2015 at 11:18

Uxbridge College and Brunel University volunteering day a success indeed

Good Deed Day 2015 proved a huge success with students and staff from Uxbridge College and Brunel University racking up more than 900 hours of volunteering and raising more than £500 for charity.

The mass volunteering event, the second of its kind, included a range of spontaneous and…

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Released by liz Bellchambers on February 26, 2015 at 17:35

Student takes on Worlds Toughest Job

                      Student takes on world toughest job

Adventurous and independent is how 19 year old Aviation student  at Warrington Collegiate,  Stephen Greenall,  describes himself so it was no surprise when he announced one day to his tutors that he was going out to Canada to film for BBC3 Worlds Toughest Jobs.…

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Released by Jenni Wood on February 26, 2015 at 11:03

Education professionals fail to secure data, finds new survey

Schools, colleges and universities often hold highly-sensitive information about pupils and staff yet in many instances this is not being adequately protected, according to a new survey by iStorage. The leading specialist in portable data storage and digital encryption has found that a concerning number of education professionals are not taking adequate steps to secure sensitive data, including personal details and exam results, when on the move. A…

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Released by Holly Wale on February 25, 2015 at 14:29

Former Horticulture student sows seeds of victory

A former Horticulture student is celebrating his growing achievements after being awarded a City & Guilds Medal for Excellence.

 

Kevin O'Neill, who completed the Level 3 Diploma in Work-Based Horticulture at the College, received his medal in recognition of his outstanding…

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Released by Caroline Jacobi on February 25, 2015 at 13:56

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Student takes on Worlds Toughest Job

                      Student takes on world toughest job

Adventurous and independent is how 19 year old Aviation student  at Warrington Collegiate,  Stephen Greenall,  describes himself so it was no surprise when he announced one day to his tutors that he was going out to Canada to film for BBC3 Worlds Toughest Jobs.…

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