Derby College - News

Derby College's Little Explorers Day Nursery at the Broomfield Hall campus in Morley is inviting families to an outdoor event designed to bring some of the best-loved children's story books to life.

Business students at Derby College will gain a unique insight into the career opportunities available in property sales and lettings as part of a partnership with award winning Derby estate agency, Hannells.

Derby College Launches RHS Courses

Derby College has become the first College in Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire to launch a broad range of courses designed by the prestigious Royal Horticultural Society (RHS).

Derby College Chief Executive Mandie Stravino has backed an initiative to increase the number of young people studying Mathematics.

Cricket Derbyshire Sports Academy

The Cricket Derbyshire Sports Academy gives Derby College learners the opportunity to further their employability skills in the sports industry through specialist training and work experience.

Cricket Derbyshire Hospitality Academy

The Cricket Derbyshire Hospitality Academy gives learners from Derby College a wide range of work experience and paid work opportunities at the various banqueting and hospitality venues at the 3aaa County Ground – working alongside the club's Derbyshire Experience conference and events operation.

Derby hairdresser Sarah Bloor, who specialises in vintage styles, held a masterclass for Hair and Media Make Up students at Derby College's Roundhouse campus.

Twentysix pupils from six local schools competed in four different construction skills challenges organised by staff and students at Derby College.

Derby College is working with a wide range of local businesses to launch Employer Academies - designed to bridge the gap between education and employment.

Final Phase of Former College Campus to be Sold

Derby College has finalised plans to sell the final phase of its former Mackworth Campus at Prince Charles Avenue, Mackworth.

Learners at Derby College's Ilkeston campus have presented a cheque for £86 to Rainbows Children's Hospice in Loughborough.

Former Derby College Electrical learner Mitchell Shore has been named Apprentice of the Year for 2016 by national training provider JTL. Mitchell, who is 22 and from Chaddesden, fought off competition from more than 6000 apprentices across the UK to take the title at an awards ceremony at London's Drapers' Hall, attended by 150 people.

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