New engineering facilities for GC students
Trainee engineers at Gloucestershire College will be able to develop their technical skills using new, state of the art mechanical and electrical equipment, thanks to the generosity of Sarah Blizard, in memory of her late husband Oliver.
Gloucestershire College Teams up with Industry Leaders to Launch Regional Training Centre for Civil Engineering
Girls Get Set for a career in STEM
Following the huge success of last year’s event, Gloucestershire College and GE Aviation are once again teaming up to host Girls Get Set, a scheme designed to inspire girls to innovate and think about a career in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths).
Inspiring the engineers of the future - Gloucestershire College hosts Engineering Education Scheme 2015
Following the successful launch of its state-of-the-art Engineering Centre, Gloucestershire College is delighted to once again host the Engineering Education Scheme this week, welcoming over 120 Year 12 students from schools across the county and beyond.
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.
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.
Ambitious engineer Joe wins Apprentice of the Year Award
Gloucestershire College is celebrating after its Advanced Mechanical Engineering Apprentice, Joe Langley, took home the title of Apprentice of the Year in the inaugural Engineering, Manufacturing and Innovation (EMI) Awards.
GC students reach WorldSkills Engineering final
Gloucestershire College is thrilled to announce that three of its Engineering students will be representing the College at the final of WorldSkills UK, the annual competition that challenges students by testing their Industrial Electronics skills.