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Army Officer Selection Board success will see George begin his training at Sandhurst in 2021

Army Officer Selection Board success will see George begin his training at Sandhurst in 2021

Former Cambridge Regional College UPS student, George Hounsell, will begin training at Sandhurst in 2021 after passing the Army Officer Selection Board. Growing up with a life-long dream of joining the uniformed services meant that the only decision George needed to make upon completion of his secondary education at Comberton Village College, was the best...

A return to education and training secures a lifelong career for Wesley

Upon leaving secondary school, Wesley signed up to an Apprentice Electrician role and believed that his future was set out before him, however, the unsteady employment market resulted in the loss of his apprenticeship and consequently his studies. In a change of direction, Wesley secured employment at a leisure centre and began following a different...

Adult learner, Rosette makes strides towards her dreams of becoming a teacher and business owner

After moving to the UK as a young adult, Rosette started a family and worked part-time as a freelance translator while raising her children. While this offered a secure income for her family, Rosette felt as though she had more to give, so after a 30-year break from education she decided to explore her options...

Seeking new career path? Opportunity to turn industry expertise into new teaching career with CRC

In light of the challenges posed as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, you may be looking at new career paths and have pushed teaching to the side due to cost and qualifications but an opportunity at Cambridge Regional College could help overcome this. CRC is looking to recruit high-calibre industry experts into teaching roles...

Applied Science and Forensics Students Explore Clinical Trials with the Experts

As distance learning continues at Cambridge Regional College, students studying level 3 Applied Science and level 3 Forensics & Criminal Investigation were invited to attend a video presentation with Dr Grove and her Warsaw based team at the global biopharmaceuticals company, AstraZeneca. This unique opportunity gave the learners the freedom to explore science in the...

New students get prepared to study at Cambridge Regional College

With Covid-19 sending everyone into lockdown, cutting short the current academic year and preventing post 16 students from attending open events and taster days, the transition from secondary education to further education may be an even greater step for students moving on in September. To lessen the impact during this challenging time, teaching teams at...

Opportunity to turn industry expertise into new teaching career with CRC

Have you ever considered using your technical knowledge and skillset in the classroom? Are you passionate about helping others learn your trade and excel? Would you like to earn a salary while retraining and studying? Cambridge Regional College is looking to recruit high-calibre industry experts into teaching roles by funding both their studies and paying...

Aspiring journalists use their reporting skills to promote the work of local charity Romsey Mills

Second year journalism students at Cambridge Regional College have been taking part in a real-world project with client, Romsey Mill. The students explored the work that Romsey Mill does as a charity helping young people in Cambridge and the surrounding area to demonstrate their understanding of how to use the codes and conventions of news...

Time to Glow Up for former Media Make-up student Berny

Former Cambridge Regional College student, Bernardo Ferreira is currently appearing as a contestant on the hit BBC show Glow Up, a competitive series that follows aspiring make-up artists as they battle to prove they have what it takes to succeed in the industry. After completing his secondary education at Ernulf Academy, St Neots, Bernardo undertook his...

Cambridge Regional College and international partners evaluate Erasmus+ Next Steps Project in lockdown

In 2016 Cambridge Regional College and partner agencies from Italy, Finland and Czech Republic commenced a four-year, Erasmus+ financed project looking at the international challenges being faced in vocational education and training. By working together, the partner agencies were looking to share ideas and strategies on how to solve common problems through the scrutiny of...

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