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CRC welcomes local community for Science Festival

CRC welcomes local community for Science Festival

Local students and the wider community recently visited Cambridge Regional College to take part in practical science activities. The event was in association with Cambridge Science Festival, which provides the public with opportunities to explore and discuss issues of scientific interest and to raise aspirations by encouraging young people to consider a career in STEM...

CRC’s Games Department lauded by UAL as stand-out provider

The University of the Arts London (UAL) recently celebrated its 10th year of awarding creative qualifications and has marked the occasion by producing an Anniversary Publication, including some of the greatest success stories of the past decade. One of the key examples listed in Ten Years of Inspiring Creative Education, is that of Rizing Games,...

CRC welcomes Erasmus participants to the UK

Students and educators from Italy, Czech Republic and Finland visited us this week for a range of activities, discussions and work placements; all designed to promote alternative methods of working and broadening global learning experiences. The Erasmus scheme is a blended mobility project which mobilises students and staff to focus on the development of soft and hard...

Leading apprentices and employers recognised at Apprenticeship Awards

Cambridge Regional College (CRC) hosted its annual Apprenticeship Awards this week to celebrate the best apprentice employers and apprentices in the region. The glittering Awards evening took place on Thursday, 7th March, at the College’s Park Restaurant where guests enjoyed a three-course dinner prepared by catering and hospitality students whilst the awards were unveiled. The...

CRC Apprentice succeeds at Cambridge University HospitaL

Katie Landon joined Cambridge Regional College as an apprentice to study the Customer Service Level 2 Apprenticeship Standard in conjunction with Cambridge University Hospital. The new style of apprenticeship standards was launched nationally in 2017 and differ from the original apprenticeship frameworks by including verification by an external independent examiner at the end of the...

“Earn as you learn” apprenticeship works for Joshua Morrow

Apprenticeships are a great way to gain work experience whilst developing valuable skills and knowledge. They also offer a means to ‘earn as you learn’. Cambridge Regional College works with hundreds of local employers, providing apprenticeships across a wide range of industries where people can combine work, training and study to gain the skills, knowledge...

Cambridge Regional College connecting students and employers with Apprenticeship Fairs

Both Cambridge and Huntingdon campuses will be hosting apprenticeship job fairs and information evenings during National Apprenticeship Week.  The Cambridge Fair will take place at the Kings Hedges Road campus on Monday 4th March, with the Huntingdon Fair taking place at the California Road campus on Wednesday 6th March. Leading regional employers will be attending...

Construction students make an excellent impression on major local employer

Level 3 Construction students at Cambridge Regional College (CRC) have been offered an opportunity to gain valuable work experience with a major local employer. Willmott Dixon, one of the UK’s largest construction companies with a regional office in Cambridge, spent the day at CRC interviewing students on a Construction Management course in preparation for them taking...

CRC partners with major regional Science festival

Cambridge Regional College (CRC) is helping local people to explore the wonders of Science. The College is playing a key role in the Cambridge Science Festival this year. The event provides the public with opportunities to explore and discuss issues of scientific interest and concern and raises aspirations by encouraging young people to consider a...

CRC student organises consultation with local MP

Student Union President and Level 3 Sports Studies student, Sophie Day from Cambridge Regional College invited Daniel Zeichner, MP for Cambridge, to attend the college for a forum with students and staff about the importance of fair funding for further education (FE). Mr Zeichner, who recently referenced the region’s colleges during a parliamentary debate speech...

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