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Growth continues at Henderson Green

Growth continues at Henderson Green

Leading south coast building services consultancy Henderson Green is increasing its team with five new employees. This increase includes an expansion of its junior intake programme, which is now in its 12th year, and marks the start of the company's association with the Government's official apprenticeship scheme. The two new engineering apprentices, Shannen Birks (21) and Zak French (1
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Published: 21 October 2014 at 11:35:07



City College spicing up the curriculum!

City College spicing up the curriculum!

The catering and hospitality students at City College are turning up the heat and adding a little spice to their studies. On Wednesday 22nd October from 12 noon, they will be serving a special curry lunch in their Aspire Restaurant for staff, students and the general public in support of Britain's Biggest Curry Party for the James Whale Fund for Kidney Cancer. The special BBCP lunch costs &poun
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Published: 20 October 2014 at 09:58:05



The hub launches Black History Month 2014

The hub launches Black History Month 2014

City College Southampton will launch the 10th anniversary celebration of Black History Month 2014 this week (October 1). The event, to be held in the hub, will be an exciting and informative day of speeches, live music and lunch, to promote and celebrate black history and culture in the city. Guest of honour Lord Herman Ouseley, accompanied by The Right Worshipful and Mayor of Southampt
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Published: 30 September 2014 at 15:09:55



Hovercraft company awarded for dedication to apprenticeships

Hovercraft company awarded for dedication to apprenticeships

One of Southampton's longest-serving marine companies has been applauded for its dedication to apprenticeships. Griffon Hoverwork, based in Woolston, has been named Regional Medium Employer of the Year at the National Apprenticeship Service Awards South Central and will go on to compete in the national awards later this year. The firm impressed judges with the way it is strategically us
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Published: 23 September 2014 at 10:44:03



Students set to benefit as business and education join forces

Students set to benefit as business and education join forces

Around 100 students in Southampton and the wider area are set to get ahead in their careers thanks to a brand new partnership between City College Southampton and one of the city's major employers. ABP Port of Southampton and City College are working together to help up-skill the next generation of marine, maritime and tourism industry workers. The partnership will see the port, which s
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Published: 17 September 2014 at 13:26:06



“The world is one’s oyster” for marine apprentices

“The world is one’s oyster” for marine apprentices

A trio of students from City College Southampton have secured apprenticeships with one of the world leaders in world-class cruising yachts, Oyster Marine. The full-time students, Jay Patel, Tom Phillips and Jacob Thomson, are studying NVQ level two diplomas in marine engineering and began their apprenticeships with the firm this month. Sam Hollis, who also studies marine engineering at
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Published: 11 September 2014 at 15:00:42



Selected to offer University of the Arts London qualifications

Selected to offer University of the Arts London qualifications

From this September City College Southampton will be the only college in Hampshire to offer the prestigious University of the Arts London (UAL) Awarding Body qualifications at Level 2 and 3. UAL Awarding Body is part of the University of the Arts London, Europe's largest specialist arts university made up of six distinctive and distinguished colleges, including Central Saint Martins. It
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Published: 12 August 2014 at 14:29:05



 

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