Some of Gloucestershire College’s brightest and best culinary talent teamed up with Great British Menu chef, David Kelman, to treat industry guests at Ellenborough Park to a mouth-watering menu of canapés.
A new Thinksmart apprentice travel scheme, which offers a free bus pass to apprentices in Gloucestershire, launches this week. The scheme has been set up by Gloucestershire County Council to help young people into employment and support economic growth in Gloucestershire.
In light of restaurateur and TV judge Oliver Peyton’s recent comments about chef education being “at crisis point”, Gloucestershire College, the county’s leading Catering and Hospitality School, is reaching out to young people to tell them that a career in this industry is indeed achievable, rewarding and lifelong.
Health and fitness have never been more fashionable. And there’s still time for fitness fans to turn their passion into a profession, by signing up to Gloucestershire College’s GC Express Level 3 Personal Training course.
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 celebrated the achievements of over 400 higher education students in the grand setting of Gloucester Cathedral at its 24th Higher Awards Ceremony. 103 students graduated in person across 23 higher education subjects, with Guest of Honour Suzanne Hall-Gibbins, from Circle2Success, speaking at the occasion.
Gloucestershire College is thrilled to be the lead sponsor for the Gloucestershire Echo and Gloucester Citizen’s 2015 Age of the Apprentice campaign, promoting the value of apprenticeships to employers and young people across the county.
A WorldSkills UK bronze medal winner, Joseph Langley, has reaffirmed his decision to leave university and undertake an Advanced Engineering Apprenticeship with Gloucestershire College and Cirencester’s Corin Group Ltd, saying it “really helped him get back on track”.