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Construction of a new mezzanine area in the construction block at the Wellington Road campus - picture shows metal props holding holding up the floor with equipment in the backgrouns
EXTENSION TO COLLEGE CONSTRUCTION CENTRE GETS OFF THE GROUND 

Students studying for construction qualifications at City of Wolverhampton College are to benefit from new facilities thanks to a £1.93million extension which got off the ground last month.  The 400 square metre project - in ...

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Andy Street, Mayor of the West Midlands sitting in a classic Delorean vehicle, watched by Malcolm Cowgill, principal of the college, MPs Pat McFadden and Jane Stevenson and Cllr Ian Brookfield
CLASSIC DELOREAN GETS COLLEGE’S NEW TRAINING CENTRE ON THE ROAD 

A new Electric Vehicle and Green Technologies Training Centre at City of Wolverhampton College has been officially opened by Jane Stevenson, MP for Wolverhampton North East, and Andy Street, Mayor of the West Midlands, who made a ...

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Two cookery students in black uniforms, pictured with a chef from 167 Catering Support Unit
ATTENTION! COLLEGE CATERING STUDENTS FALL IN LINE FOR ARMY RATION PACK CHALLENGE 

Cookery students at City of Wolverhampton College will be learning how army chefs produce meals for soldiers when they take part in a ration pack challenge on Wednesday (4 May).  Students working towards the level 2 diploma in...

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Cheft from Dawn Foods in Evesham, wearing a white overall land blue hair net, talking to students in the kitchen during a visit to the factory
STUDENTS GET A TASTE FOR BAKERY PRODUCTION AT DAWN FOODS

Bakery students from City of Wolverhampton College were recently given an insight into bakery production at Dawn Foods in Evesham. Students working towards level 2 and level 3 diplomas in professional bakery, as well as some wh...

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SIGN UP FOR COLLEGE COURSES AT MAY OPEN EVENING 

People can find out about courses and qualifications on offer at City of Wolverhampton College at an open evening next month.   The college’s campuses at Paget Road in Compton and Wellington Road in Bilston will be open on ...

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Groundworks trainer Nathon Kerr, wearing an organe overall and a white hard hat standing in front of a digger at the college's construction centre
COLLEGE JOB SUCCESS FOR UNEMPLOYED STUDENT 

A formerly unemployed factory worker who signed up for a course at City of Wolverhampton College to learn new skills and improve his career prospects has been taken on by the organisation to train others on the same course!  N...

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Former Wolves captain Karl Henry, wearing a black tracksuit, pictured centre with six college students wearing football kits
FORMER WOLVES CAPTAIN KARL HENRY PITCHES UP FOR  TRAINING SESSION WITH SPORTS STUDENTS 

Sports students from City of Wolverhampton College were put through their paces on the football field when former Wolverhampton Wanderers captain Karl Henry pitched up at the Wellington Road campus today (Tuesday, 22 March.)  ...

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Wolves player Luke Cundy, left and student Mustafa Hussain wearing black Wolverhampton Wanderers-branded tracksuits
STUDENTS GET LOWDOWN ON FOOTBALL CAREER FROM WOLVES PLAYER

Sports students from City of Wolverhampton College heard first-hand about a career in football, when Wolves midfielder Luke Cundle dropped into college last week.  Luke, aged 18, who made his Premier League debut as a substitu...

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Safer Students Charter
COLLEGE SIGNS SAFER STUDENTS CHARTER

City of Wolverhampton College has joined forces with colleges from across the region to sign a Safer Students Charter, affirming its commitment to creating a culture of safety for all students.  The charter, developed by the C...

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Remembrance Wall
STUDENTS PAY TRIBUTE TO CARE STAFF ON GIANT REMEMBRANCE WALL 

Students at City of Wolverhampton College will be paying tribute to the work and dedication of social care staff during the pandemic by writing messages of thanks on a giant remembrance wall during the first Social Care Day of Rem...

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