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COLLEGE WORK PROGRAMME LEADS TO TRIPLE JOB SUCCESS

A scheme for unemployed people who want to work in adult care, run by City of Wolverhampton College, has led to three local people securing jobs.  The free two-week sector gateway into adult social care is an introducto...

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COLLEGE SUPPORTS WOLVERHAMPTON POUND TO RELIGHT CITY AFTER PANDEMIC

Major public sector organisations in Wolverhampton have joined forces to launch the ‘Wolverhampton Pound’ with a pledge to keep more of their £834 million collective spending power within the city. Cabinet councillors approve...

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COLLEGE APPOINTS FORMER APPRENTICE TO SUPERVISOR ROLE 

A former apprentice at City of Wolverhampton College is celebrating after being appointed as supervisor of the department where he did his training just over four years ago!  Bradley Hughes, aged 21, joined the college in Octo...

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COLLEGE OFFERS FREE TRAINING WORKSHOPS TO MANAGERS AND SUPERVISORS

People in management, leadership or supervisory roles, who live in the West Midlands, can sign up for free coaching workshops being run by City of Wolverhampton College. The programme of six one-day workshops – delivered over...

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TALK TO COLLEGE TUTORS AT ONLINE OPEN EVENING  

People wanting to find out more about courses at City of Wolverhampton College can talk to tutors at a virtual open evening next week.  The event, on Wednesday 17 March, which will operate via the Zoom platform from 4pm to ...

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COLLEGE URGES EMPLOYERS TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF INCREASED APPRENTICESHIP FUNDING  

Businesses across the West Midlands can get advice on how to access increased government funding for apprenticeships from staff at City of Wolverhampton College.  The college’s team of apprenticeship account managers ...

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EMPLOYERS INVITED TO HOST  VIRTUAL WORK EXPERIENCE SESSIONS FOR STUDENTS 

Employers across the region are being invited to promote career opportunities in their industry through virtual work experience sessions for students at City of Wolverhampton College.  The college is launching the onlin...

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COLLEGE LAUNCHES UK-FIRST SCHEME TO TRAIN ELECTRIC VEHICLE TECHNICIANS

A new Electrical Vehicle and Green Technologies Training Centre at City of Wolverhampton College has been launched virtually by Andy Street, Mayor of the West Midlands.    The centre will enable the college to deliver a ‘UK...

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FORMER APPRENTICE INSPIRES NEXT GENERATION OF INDUSTRY TECHNICIANS

A former apprentice in the automotive sector is inspiring the next generation of industry technicians after taking up a new post at City of Wolverhampton College.  Nick Lewis has been appointed as manager of the college’s...

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National Apprenticeship Week 2021
NATIONAL APPRENTICESHIP WEEK GOES ONLINE AT COLLEGE 

Staff at City of Wolverhampton College are gearing up for a busy week online during National Apprenticeship Week (8-14 February).  Throughout the week members of the college’s apprenticeship team will be taking part i...

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