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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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Open Event
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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NEW MINISTER FOR SKILLS VISITS COLLEGE  

The new Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Apprenticeships and Skills met students from City of Wolverhampton College during a visit to one if its campuses last month.  Alex Burghart, Minister for Skills at the Depart...

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Electric vehicle student Sundeep Birdi wearing a black cap and black jacket with the college logo, talking to a reporter on 5 News
ELECTRIC VEHICLE STUDENTS STAR ON TV AND RADIO

Students studying for qualifications at City of Wolverhampton College’s new electric vehicle and green technologies centre have been talking about the skills they are learning on Channel 5 News and BBC Radio WM this week...

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Toby Perkins, shadow minister for further education (left) wearing a dark suit, pale blue shirt and red striped tie, with Pat McFadden, MP, wearing a dark suit, plae blue shirt and dark tie, talking to a tutor in the motor vehicle workshop at the Wellington Road campus
SHADOW MINISTER FOR FURTHER EDUCATION AND SKILLS VISITS COLLEGE

The Shadow Minister for Further Education and Skills, Toby Perkins MP, visited the college during national college’s week in October.  Mr Perkins, accompanied by Pat McFadden, MP for Wolverhampton South East, was given ...

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BBC's The One Show presenter Joe Cowley, wearing a pink shirt, and three students in high vis jackets in front of a car in the electric vehicle and green technologies centre at the Wellington Road campus
COLLEGE STUDENTS STAR IN BBC ONE’S THE ONE SHOW 

Students enrolled on a new electric vehicle and green technologies course at City of Wolverhampton College are to feature in an edition of BBC One’s The One Show, on Thursday 14 October at 7pm.  The group were filmed in the ...

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Computer-generated image of the new technical centre at the Wellington Road campus
WOLVERHAMPTON CITY LEARNING QUARTER VISION SET TO MOVE TO DELIVERY PHASE

ISSUED BY CITY OF WOLVERHAMPTON COUNCIL City of Wolverhampton Council is set to start the process of appointing a contractor to construct a new £8.1million technical centre as part of its City Learning Quarter vision....

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COLLEGE’S NEW TRAINING CENTRE GETS ON TRACK 

A new Rail Training Centre at City of Wolverhampton College will be opened by Andy Street, Mayor of the West Midlands and Councillor Ian Brookfield, leader of City of Wolverhampton Council today, September 29. With hundreds of ...

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