Bournville College in partnership with two industry leaders, Willmott Dixon and Fairway Catering, is offering industry specific traineeship programmes. An innovative Construction Traineeship, offered in partnership with Willmott Dixon, will provide six weeks of work experience at one of Willmott Dixon’s sites as well as further eight weeks of training to gain qualifications desired by […]
Michael Lennox, has won one of seven awards in the UK recognising his progress on the Career Academy programme, run at the Bournville College.
Budding entrepreneurs will be able to put their business ideas into practice on a new course in Enterprise and Social Media at Bournville College. The course which focuses on developing a full business plan will also enable students to test their business idea, learn basics of marketing, build a website and make the most of social media channels for promotional purposes.
As part of the Stroke Awareness Month to Make May Purple, The Stroke Association will be visiting supported learning students at Bournville College to raise awareness of the signs, symptoms and risk factors of stroke.
Bournville College has been the centre of the election coverage with live TV broadcasts, radio debates and student and public interviews.
A group of Bournville College students studying childcare were given a first-hand opportunity to visit neonatal unit at Birmingham Women’s Hospital (BWH). BWH’s charity, Tiny Babies Big Appeal, is Bournville College’s nominated charity for 2015.
Bournville College Higher Education are celebrating a successful review from The Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education (QAA) following its review in February 2015.
Eleven student teams from across the country competed in a gastronomic challenge organised by the British Culinary Federation (BCF). The event which was held at Bournville College was the 14th Student Team Cook and Serve Challenge organised by the BCF and sponsored by 3663, Robot Coupe and supported by Contacto.
Bournville College has been recognised for its IT specialism, as the only Birmingham College to become a lead school in the Network of Teaching Excellence in Computer Science. This initiative, supported by The Department For Education, CPHC, Microsoft and Google, will enable teachers in schools to increase their knowledge and gain confidence as the government […]
Over 1,000 students participated in Bournville College’s biggest lecture and joined in watching the phenomenon of the recent solar eclipse.
Chances are, after the big #GenerationVote push on National Voter Registration Day, you’re already registered to vote. 70 per cent of young people are. But without the other 30 per cent we’re going to have trouble getting heard. So, let’s round up the stragglers.
Staff from Bournville College have collected their old uniforms and donated them to Tiny Babies Big Appeal, charity of the neonatal unit at Birmingham Women’s Hospital.
Twelve students of hairdressing visited Birmingham Women’s Hospital last week to pamper new mums and mums to be in a special pre-Mother’s day treat.
Tiny Babies Big Appeal will be Bournville College’s charity in 2015, it was announced at a charity ball which raised over £16K for the neonatal unit at Birmingham Women’s Hospital.
The sell-out event which attracted over 260 attendees to the College was organised by a couple whose twin girls were cared for in the neonatal unit after being born twelve weeks early.
Beatfreeks was formed in January 2013, before being officially incorporated as an organisation in June 2013. The Birmingham based organisation aims to pioneer new ways of engaging, empowering and developing people and spaces through a blend of arts, media, training, leadership and enterprise. The political interest levels of young people in the UK has been […]