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Career College student wins top apprenticeship with Amazon Web Services

A 17-year-old Career College student has had his hard work rewarded with a lucrative apprenticeship offer from digital giant AWS. Mihai Daniel Eremia (Dani) joined BMet’s Digital Career College last year to study for a Level 3 Software Developer qualification. He had moved to the UK from his native Romania to achieve his ambition of … Continue reading Career College student wins top apprenticeship with Amazon Web Services

Career Colleges Trust celebrates five years of vocational excellence

Career College representatives from all over the country attended a special conference in London yesterday, marking five years since the inception of the Career Colleges Trust. Over 80 guests attended, including Career College students, tutors and employers. The theme for the day was Career Skills, focusing on the key attributes young people need to ensure … Continue reading Career Colleges Trust celebrates five years of vocational excellence

Career Colleges Trust project named as DL100 Finalist

A digital project run by the Career Colleges Trust in partnership with Amazon Web Services has been announced as a finalist in the 7th Annual Digital Leaders 100 awards. Digital Leaders is a nationwide programme to promote effective, long-term digital transformation across government, industry and charities. The independent shortlist recognises 100 people and organisations across … Continue reading Career Colleges Trust project named as DL100 Finalist

Career College students showcase their digital skills at Amazon Web Services HQ

An exciting industry-led project has come to an exciting climax, with 58 students from four digital Career Colleges presenting their ideas to judges at Amazon Web Services’ head office in London. The 16-18 year old students had undertaken an eight-week challenge – which was run by the Career Colleges Trust in partnership with AWS, Samaritans, … Continue reading Career College students showcase their digital skills at Amazon Web Services HQ

New research reveals that teenagers are unsure where their education is heading

Almost a third of British teenagers are worried that the next few years of their education may be a ‘waste of time’ and are unsure as to where their education and careers are heading. The new study of over 1000 13-16 year olds also reveals that two thirds (66%) of respondents believe league tables and … Continue reading New research reveals that teenagers are unsure where their education is heading

Top chef cooks up a storm at Orpington’s BR6 restaurant

A TOP chef has joined the team at BR6 Restaurant in Orpington. Kirstie Ison, who recently joined the team at the College’s flagship Hospitality, Food and Enterprise Career College, has previously had roles of commis chef at the Goring Hotel, pastry demi chef de Partie at Lancaster London Hotel and chef de partie at Babylon Restaurant. … Continue reading Top chef cooks up a storm at Orpington’s BR6 restaurant

Hospitality as a career of choice: My Hospitality World

25 February 2019 – 8 March 2019 My Hospitality World is an ‘open-day’ initiative taking place in March 2019.  A collaboration between the Career Colleges Trust, the Institute of Hospitality and a range of employers, it is being supported by one of the UK’s best-known hospitality personalities, Fred Sirieix. Hospitality businesses are being asked to … Continue reading Hospitality as a career of choice: My Hospitality World

Putting the Careers Strategy into practice

Article in FE News 19th December 2017 – https://www.fenews.co.uk/featured-article/15631-putting-the-careers-strategy-into-practice Every ‘long-awaited’ strategy from the Government comes with much expectation from the sector it affects. This is most certainly the case with the Careers Strategy, published last week. Careers education has long been criticised by employers, parents, universities and even schools themselves – so action to improve … Continue reading Putting the Careers Strategy into practice

Students to provide digital solution for charity

Career College students working with cloud provider, Amazon Web Services (AWS) to support Sport Relief 2018 Students from four Career Colleges are being given the exciting opportunity to work on a live digital project in support of Comic Relief’s Sport Relief 2018 campaign. The initiative is being run with AWS, the cloud computing part of … Continue reading Students to provide digital solution for charity