October 2015

GC appoints new heads to drive engineering growth in Gloucestershire

Gloucestershire College, a leading provider of apprenticeships and engineering training, has appointed industry experts Brian Fowler as its new Head of Engineering, and Hameed Okyere as its new Deputy Head of Engineering, to drive the College’s growing engineering provision.

Drive for Life day to promote safe and sociable driving in the Forest of Dean

Gloucestershire College is teaming up with the Gloucestershire Road Safety Partnership to host Drive for Life, a multi-agency event to promote safe and sociable driving, on Tuesday 20 October at its Royal Forest of Dean Campus.

Four GC students shortlisted for Grow Gloucestershire Awards

Four Gloucestershire College students have been shortlisted in the 2015 Grow Gloucestershire Awards, which are organised by yes2jobs to celebrate the achievements, performance and excellent work of young people in the county, and the businesses and individuals who support them.

It’s not too late to restart the academic year

Gloucestershire College is giving young people across Gloucestershire a second chance to start the academic year by offering a range of apprenticeships and course options starting from October.

GC selected as Official Education Partner for #GlosStyle Festival

Gloucestershire College is thrilled to have been selected as the Official Education Partner for Gloucester Style Festival 2015, with scores of its hair, beauty and fashion students set to showcase their talents across the three anticipated events.

Graduations at no.9 cuts for Children in Need

Gloucestershire College’s city centre training salon, Graduations at no.9, will host a Charity Fun Day for Children in Need this Friday 13 November, and is inviting members of the public to come in for a trim for just £5 per person.

Deputy head of engineering shortlisted for #BelieveinGlos Award

Gloucestershire College is thrilled to announce that its Deputy Head of Engineering and Lecturer, Hameed Okyere, has been shortlisted as Tutor of the Year in the 2015 Believe in Gloucester Awards.

Performing Arts student spends life-changing summer at the National Youth Theatre

A talented Gloucestershire College performing arts student spent the summer at the National Youth Theatre, after being selected as one of 200 lucky aspiring actors out of 5,000 that auditioned for its sought-after Intake Acting Course.

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