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COLLEGE STUDENT NETS £280,000 NATIONAL LOTTERY FUNDING TO RUN COMMUNITY SUPPORT PROJECT

A student at City of Wolverhampton College is celebrating after being awarded over £280,000 funding to run a community support project in her local area  Rachel Freeth, aged 35, from Moxley, who is studying for a higher educa...

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ENGINEERING COMPANY IMPROVES PRODUCTION FOLLOWING COLLEGE COURSE 

Productivity at a Wednesfield-based engineering company has increased – and costs reduced – after staff attended a new business improvement programme offered by City of Wolverhampton College.  Six staff from Jenks and Catt...

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STUDENTS GIVE COLLEGE THE THUMBS UP IN SURVEY

Students at City of Wolverhampton College have given the organisation a thumbs-up in a recent survey.  Around 2000 full-time students answered a range of questions about their college experience and had the opportunity...

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The Construction Innovation Centre at the Wellington Road campus - the ground floor is glass fronted, the exterior of the upper floor is red brick
STUDENTS TO PARTICIPATE IN BUILDING OWN TRAINING FACILITIES THROUGH PARTNERSHIP WITH LOCAL CONSTRUCTION COMPANY

Students studying for construction courses at City of Wolverhampton College will get the chance to work on an extension to their own training facilities, thanks to a partnership with a local building company.  The college h...

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Left: Andrew Dermody member of staff from PTIC in a white shirt and Hardeep Khela, general manager from Bole Manufacturing in front of the new BL140EKS machine at the Polymer Training and Innovation Centre in Telford
COLLEGE TAKES DELIVERY OF SPECIALIST TRAINING MACHINES 

City of Wolverhampton College has taken delivery of a new plastics injection moulding machine and industrial robot, enabling it to expand the number of specialist training courses it provides to industry employees.  The n...

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NEW JOURNALISTS CELEBRATE JOB SUCCESS  

Journalists who completed their industry qualification at City of Wolverhampton College will be celebrating their success – and their new jobs – at a presentation event on Friday, 19 November.   Seven students who gained t...

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Six members of staff - four female and two male in pink t-shirts and black leggings before the start of the charity fun run
COLLEGE GET MUDDY FOR CHARITY

A member of staff from City of Wolverhampton College beat off tough competition from over 500 runners to be first across the line in a charity fun run.  Bradley Hughes, aged 21, a supervisor in the college’s Student Hub, ...

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LOG ON OR DROP IN TO COLLEGE OPEN EVENTS 

People wanting to sign up for courses at City of Wolverhampton College can talk to tutors at two open events later this month.   The college is holding an online virtual open evening on Wednesday, 24 November, followed by...

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The Construction Innovation Centre at the Wellington Road campus - the ground floor is glass fronted, the exterior of the upper floor is red brick
COLLEGE SECURES £2 MILLION FUNDING TO EXPAND CONSTRUCTION TRAINING FACILITIES

Construction training facilities at City of Wolverhampton College’s Wellington Road campus are set to be extended thanks to a £2 million cash injection.  The college submitted a bid for a share of the Department of Educat...

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Author Paul Cunningham, left, wearing a black sweater and trousers, and Ian Browne, vice principal wearing a dark suit with blue shirt and dark tie, are holding a copy of Paul's book with a blue cover
STUDENTS TO BENEFIT FROM LOCAL AUTHOR’S NEW BOOK

Engineering and manufacturing students at City of Wolverhampton College will be benefiting from the experience of a Lean Sigma Black Belt, after copies of his new book were purchased for each campus.  The book - BASICS: Be Alw...

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