Covid: January Update
Following the latest government changes to Covid measures on 19 January 2022, we have some updated advice for students attending our campuses.
It is with deep regret and sadness that we are writing to inform you that the tragic reports of a stabbing and death of a young person in Gloucester.
Following a positive response from the October event, the S4G team has announced 27-28 January 2022 as the new date of its “Cyber Security for Your Business” workshop for Gloucestershire’s SMEs.
We're training the next generation of skilled railway workers with a free course in rail track maintenance, starting Monday 31 January 2022 at Dean Forest Railway.
We’re thrilled to announce that we’re supporting Cheltenham’s No Child Left Behind Awards, a wonderful celebration of the projects, groups, services, events, activities and organisations that have supported families over the past year.
Within walking distance of Gloucester Campus, Harbour House is Gloucester's brand new post-16 provision for Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) students with Severe Learning Difficulties (SLD).
We’re excited to announce a new, free course which will equip students with the right knowledge and skills to become a Class 1 HGV driver. Upon completion, students will gain either a CAT C or CAT C+E HGV licence.
Businesses across Gloucestershire and beyond can now sign up to free modular tech courses in the Certificate of Future Technologies, a skills training programme created by the West of England Institute of Technology (WEIoT) partnership in response to local needs.
Gloucestershire College has joined 1049 universities and colleges from 68 countries who have pledged to half their emissions by 2030 and reach net-zero by 2050, impacting over 10 million students and showing the education sector’s leadership ahead of COP26 in Glasgow, UK.