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Annual careers fayre helps pupils make more informed decisions over their further education and career choices
The Education Village, Darlington, invited, sixth form providers, further education colleges, local businesses, training academies, support networks and armed forces recruitment officers, to its annual careers fayre which helps pupils make more informed decisions over their further education and career choices. It also staged...
A last minute recipe change proved to be the key to success, as a catering student took the honours in a prestigious inter-college competition
The best end of lamb with offal garnish and a potato and vegetable accompaniment won high praise from lead judge, owner of Durham restaurant Oro, Marco Di Soro, who described the combination as stunning. It was enough to secure first place just ahead of...
The visit was a return trip in an exchange programme run by Darlington College and Berfuskolleg Technical College, in Mulheim, Darlington’s twin town. Students were able to hone their CAD and 3D design skills in college as well as tour the Mercedes and Siemens...
Her son Kristian died in hospital aged just 19 after suffering a severe brain injury in a single punch attack in Consett. Since then Maxine and her partner Anthony Curl have worked tirelessly to raise awareness about the tragedy of such a pointless and...
Students given an insight into a part they could play in filling more than 135,000 vacancies nationally for apprentices
Darlington College business development advisor Mark Thorpe, a former Richmond School pupil, told them of his life and career experiences and what was on offer at the college. Darlington College is able to offer full-time courses and apprenticeships in a range of careers, from...
College tutors proving to be masters of their students’ destiny after forming one of the best qualified teams in the region
All of the team boast degrees and the majority have masters degrees in their chosen fields as they help the next generation of active students achieve their goals. The department comprises of Brendan Lally, who has a degree in Sports Studies; Andy Manners, who has a...
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