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Happy children can leave their festive wishes for Santa thanks to the ingenuity of young engineers

In In the Press, News, on the 27th, November 2017

Children will be able to attach their hopes and dreams to the tree over the festive period with their messages sent down a direct channel to Santa and his elves. For mum of two and mature student Lucy Archer the project was an opportunity...

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Darlington College Christmas Markets

In In the Press, News, on the 16th, November 2017

Darlington College are hosting two Christmas markets open to the public showcasing gifts and craft exhibits with stalls from local businesses. Visitors will also have the chance to win Love2Shop vouchers. These multi-retailer gift vouchers can be redeemed in over 20,000 stores. The markets...

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College Tutor Receives Prestigious Ministry of Defence Training Award.

In Adults, Apprenticeships, In the Press, News, on the 2nd, November 2017

June, who received the award at the Infantry Training Centre at Catterick from commanding officer Lieutenant Colonel Paul Tingey, said: “I was delighted when I was nominated but to actually win was an incredible achievement and recognition for the whole team here at Catterick...

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College Media Training Responds to Growing Needs of a Digital World

In Apprenticeships, In the Press, News, School Leavers, University Level, on the 19th, October 2017

The groundswell of interest from both news and communications organisations marks a recognition that formal media training is a growing requirement to avoid litigious pitfalls associated with self publishing on website, internal publications and social media. Media groups are also recognising the value of...

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A ROOFING and cladding trainee is hoping to scale the heights of the construction industry after securing a position with a new North East enterprise

In Apprenticeships, In the Press, News, School Leavers, University Level, on the 10th, October 2017

Matthew, 22, of Bishop Auckland, who studied business, ICT and applied science at A level, before taking a degree in business management at Teesside University, said: “My uncle is a project manger and he’d given me some career advice and my granddad was a...

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STUDENTS are taking a leaf out of NASA’s book as they use the ancient art of paper folding in their hi-tech studies.

In Apprenticeships, Employers, In the Press, News, School Leavers, on the 3rd, October 2017

Origami originated in Japan at least 500 years ago and involves the intricate folding of paper to create complex 3D structures. Darlington College students began by making a paper bird, the crane, as a means to show them the engineering potential of the paper...

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