Celebrating 5 Years of our Forest of Dean Campus
As we approach the 5th anniversary of the opening of our Forest of Dean campus, we’ve been reflecting on some of the key moments in its journey since we opened the doors in 2018.
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.
After 18 months, we are delighted to welcome prospective students and their parents back to our three campuses for the November Open Events.
The Open Events are the perfect opportunity to meet with our expert lecturers and current students, and we will be showcasing everything from engineering labs to creative studios, libraries, restaurants, salons and more.
Gloucestershire College (GC) continues to lead the way in education by pledging to become carbon-neutral across all its campuses, in line with UK government’s commitment to improve the environment within a generation by 2050.
Gloucestershire College is thrilled to have won Training Provider of the Year at the GloucestershireLive Apprenticeship Awards for the second year running. The awards celebrate Gloucestershire’s best and brightest apprentices, as well as the organisations that enable their success. The ceremony that took place in Kingsholm Stadium on 13 October, highlighted the depth of talent currently within apprenticeship programmes across the county.
It's time for a new era. From Friday 15 October, GC will no longer be using the GC Business Hub brand. In its place, comes Employer Training & Apprenticeships from Gloucestershire College.
Secretary of State for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities and Minister for Intergovernmental Relations, The Rt Hon Michael Gove MP, visited Gloucestershire College’s (GC) Cheltenham Campus this week, to see how the College and its partners are shaping the future of cyber through a unique ecosystem.
An ambitious project that aims to drive decarbonisation and deliver net zero campuses by 2030 launched in Cheltenham last week.