GC shortlisted for AoC Beacon Apprenticeship Award
Gloucestershire College is thrilled to have been shortlisted for the Association of Colleges (AoC) 2017 Beacon Award for the Promotion and Delivery of Successful Apprenticeships.
#GCTopTips 3: 5 tips on making the most out of attending an Open Evening
Catering with Creed for Christmas
Our hospitality and catering students are getting into the festive spirit with Creed Foodservice at The Christmas Fair in the Cotswolds, being held at Daylesford Farm from Monday 6 to Wednesday 8 November.
Students improve community spaces in Coleford
Two groups of Gloucestershire College Foundation Studies students have been volunteering their time to help improve community spaces at the Angus Buchanan V.C. Memorial Recreation Ground in Coleford; developing skills as part of their Discovering Independence and Exploring Independence courses.
GC apprenticeships buck national trends
New management apprenticeships accredited by the CMI
Training much more than surface deep at Poeton
Fly through the new forest campus
Gloucestershire College is thrilled to provide prospective students, parents and the local community with an exclusive insight into what the new Forest of Dean Campus will look like, in a flythrough available at www.gloscol.ac.uk/forest-campus
GC wins national apprenticeship award
Gloucestershire College has received national recognition for its innovative apprenticeships programme, winning the Association of Colleges (AoC) Beacon Award for the Promotion and Delivery of Successful Apprenticeships.
Dumbleton Hall upskills workforce via apprenticeships
Uncovering hidden histories in the GC House
Congratulations to our award-winning staff
Hundreds honoured at Gloucestershire College ceremony
Gloucestershire College honoured the achievements of almost 300 students on Friday 24 November, at its 27th Higher Awards Ceremony held in the grand setting of Gloucester Cathedral. At the annual anticipated event, 91 students who completed their higher education qualifications in 2017 gathered to graduate in person, in front of their proud lecturers and families