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Apprenticeships are back in vogue, says busy marketing business

Apprenticeships are back in vogue, says busy marketing business
20/08/2019

Deanne Stevens is encouraging others to consider apprenticeships, as she continues to boost her skills in a busy events marketing business in Milton Keynes. The 21 year old is backed by her employers, who are delighted to see apprenticeships come back into vogue, and hope more businesses will see the benefit of growing their own...


Find your future after GCSE Results Day by visiting one of our Advice Cafes
19/08/2019

The hard work is over, exams have been sat, but now comes the worst bit – waiting for results on Thursday August 22. Once the calendars turn to August, most students’ thoughts turn to their future and what to do in September. It is a difficult time for young people. Many don’t know what career...


ITV film crew join us for a story on how university is not the only choice after finishing A Levels
16/08/2019

One of our Policing students appeared on ITV news when they ran a story on how university is not the only choice after A Levels. Jasmine Ellis, 19, knew she wanted to join the police force and was not interested in university. Instead she found the HNC Policing course at Cambridge Regional Course was more...


Art students design rainbow police uniform for Ely Pride
15/08/2019

A senior police officer attending Ely Pride event was spotted sporting a unique piece of uniform for the occasion thanks to two students from Cambridge Regional College. Superintendent James Sutherland, who attended the event with a number of colleagues from the force, wore a police helmet, which had been specially designed and painted by Anna Strivens...


BLOG: College vs University plus a timetable of what to expect on A-Level Results Day
14/08/2019

If A Level results day feels confusing, then read on for tips on what to expect, how to plan for the big day and a break down of college vs university. Plan A, B or even C Make sure you have a plan for every possibility. This might be a range of choice destinations at...


New T Levels will be on offer at Cambridge Regional College from 2021
13/08/2019

Cambridge Regional College is among educational settings across the country chosen to offer the Government’s new T Levels from 2021. The college will offer T Levels in two subjects of Digital Business Services and Education and Childcare from September 2021. T-Levels, or Tech Levels, is the name given to the Government’s planned overhaul of technical...


Five to thrive. Five tips on being kind to your mental health in the run up to Results Day
12/08/2019

  Results Day looms and while some students look forward to picking up their grades to plan their future, for others it is a really stressful time. For those suffering with mental health conditions the worry is magnified. NHS statistics show one in four people experience mental illness at some point in their lives, and...


I am really worried about climate change. Net Zero talks to us about its eco-friendly ethos and employing students
08/08/2019

A booming regional business, which is leading the way in environmentally friendly schools and homes, has employed two former Cambridge Regional College students to train them in modern construction skills. Net Zero, which prides itself in transforming the speed, cost and environmental impact of new buildings, is training two of our carpentry students so they...


Long service staff member says the best part of her job is being among people who are passionate about education
07/08/2019

A data administrator with Cambridge Regional College has been presented with a long service award after working with the college for 20 years. Loraine Davies, who has worked in every department over two decades, says having experience in every office means she can fit college life together like a giant jigsaw puzzle. Loraine, who is...


Cushioning the fall for people having a hard time. Podcast on our Mental Health Charter
05/08/2019

The importance of looking after our mental health is discussed in this podcast. Emily Bennett, Director of Student Support Services at CRC, joins the Podcast host in the studio to talk about why we became one of the first colleges in the UK to sign a Mental Health Charter. She also talks about steps the college...


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