COLLEGE CONTINUES PARTNERSHIP WITH WOLVES

Wolves partnership

A successful partnership between Wolves and City of Wolverhampton College is now in its fifth year.

Like in previous years, the two organisations will work together to promote a wide range of courses and qualifications to give local people the skills they need for great future careers.

With over 300 courses from art to sport and engineering to travel, trade qualifications in brickwork, carpentry, electrical, painting and decorating, and plumbing; a highly successful apprenticeship scheme and higher education qualifications such as HNCs, HNDs and foundation degrees, there’s something for everyone, whatever their level.

The college has recently been voted top in the West Midlands region for student and employer satisfaction, cementing its position as one of the leading providers of further education in the country.

Emma Evans, marketing manager at the college, said: “It’s great news that the partnership between Wolves and the college – two of the leading organisations in the city – is now in its fifth year.

“The link with Wolves means that our students can benefit from players attending our events and hearing how they have shown considerable commitment and dedication to becoming the best that they can be – important assets for all our students to have, whatever career they hope to move on to in the future.”

Andy Cartwright, operations director at the college (left) and marketing manager Emma Evans (right), are pictured with first team player Diego Jota. 

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