Cambridge Regional College student performs to millions at Britain’s Got Talent Live Finals

Cambridge Regional College student performs to millions at Britain’s Got Talent Live Finals

David Hollands, a Cambridge Regional College Music Production student from Huntingdon, played bass guitar as part of Calum Courtney’s performance at the Britain’s Got Talent Live Final, broadcast to over 10 million viewers.  The hit ITV talent show, which was ultimately won by comic ‘Lost Voice Guy’ Lee Ridley, has been running for the past...

Hairdressing students achieve crowning glory in Cambridge Regional College competition

Drawing inspiration from Harry and Meghan’s recent, historic nuptials, Cambridge Regional College’s (CRC) 1st year hairdressing students have taken part in a ‘Royal Wedding’ themed competition. With three elements to meet, including Technical, Signature and Show Stopper, the Level 2 Hairdressing apprentices had two hours to complete and produce a hairstyle incorporating plaits and twists...

Cambridge Regional College fuelling exam performance healthily with fruit donations from local supermarkets

Regional branches of both Tesco and Waitrose have provided Cambridge Regional College with free boxes of fruit this month to energise students sitting their exams and promote healthy food choices. Sitting exams is a stressful time for students all over the country. With multiple tests, often long in duration and all demanding full concentration, it...

Cambridge Regional College put Encocam celebrations in focus

Students from the Huntingdon Campus have used their camera skills to record a special event for a local company celebrating 30 years of innovation in business. Joseph Coles and Karl Roberts, Level 3 Photography students, were invited to attend the anniversary of Encocam, a world-leading engineering company based in Blackstone Road, Huntingdon.  The students, based...

Cambridge Regional College partners with the Education and Training Foundation to promote teaching careers to graduates

Cambridge Regional College (CRC) is playing a significant part in encouraging high quality graduates to consider exploring a career in teaching Further Education through an innovative partnership project with the Education and Training Foundation and local universities. The ‘Further Pathways to FE’ scheme aims to raise awareness of Further Education teaching as a career option...

Cambridge Regional College students push the boat out

Carpentry students from Cambridge Regional College have made a very special contribution to local schoolchildren in the village of Alconbury. The students, who are studying Carpentry Level 1 at the College’s Huntingdon Campus, have been working with Alconbury Church of England Primary School for the past 4 months, building items of play equipment for the...

Cambridge Regional College and Peterborough Regional College in joint venture with new iMET technical skills centre

Cambridge Regional College and Peterborough Regional College are proud to announce their collaboration with the iMET Centre in Alconbury Weald, which officially opened its doors to local businesses across the region recently. The advanced technical skills centre provides innovative training to the construction, manufacturing, digital and science sectors. iMET aims to address the identified skills...

Huntingdon students race to success

Students at the Huntingdon campus of Cambridge Regional College are combining their love of motor sport with a future career as they provide full racing team support for a driver in the Historic Sports Car Club 70s Roadsport Championship. The College’s Motorsport group students, under the guidance and encouragement of course leader Lewis Beales, are...

Huntingdon Campus Open Day welcomes local community

Cambridge Regional College’s Huntingdon Campus Open Day, to be held at the college on California Road, Huntingdon on Saturday 23rd June, will have interest and attractions not just for budding students but also family and friends this year. Billed as a ‘community fun day’, the event will showcase student skills and talents, with the accent...

Cambridge Regional College raising apprenticeship prospects

Along with the news reported this week that the Cambridge area ranks in the top ten UK cities for average earnings and the burgeoning growth of high tech industries in the region, Cambridge Regional College, with its campuses in both Cambridge and Huntingdon, has announced that it has 60 business partners currently recruiting for apprentices....

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