Some of Gloucestershire College’s star Independent Living students successfully catered the groundbreaking See the Ability, Not the Disability seminar held at Blackfriars Priory, Gloucester, on Friday 14 November.
Gloucestershire College joined forces with Steria and Gloucestershire County Council to host a Dragons’ Den-style competition at its Gloucester Campus on Wednesday 17 December, with the provider of end-to-end IT-enabled business services awarding seed investment of £1,500 to the two winning teams.
Gloucestershire College is the county’s largest training provider and title sponsor of the Echo and Citizen Age of the Apprentice campaign. Business writer Bev Hawes met Principal Matthew Burgess and found out how students are not only being trained but are also gaining vital preparation for life.
Read the full interview here, which featured in the Gloucestershire Echo on Wednesday 21 January 2015.
Gloucestershire College is delighted to announce its sponsorship of the Apprentice of the Year prize in the inaugural Cotswold Life EMI Awards 2015, and is calling all of its talented engineering apprentices and employer partners to enter.
Gloucestershire College is opening its doors to current and prospective students interested in studying Health and Social Care and Early Years during the annual Next Steps Jobs Fair, which takes place at Gloucester Campus on Friday 27 March.
Last month a group of Gloucestershire College students joined their peers from nine European countries on a trip to Nova Siri in Southern Italy, as part of the Comenius project S.A.R.A.H, which promotes sciences and exchanges between schools and colleges across Europe through universal and contemporary issues.