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A TOURISM student took off on an American adventure to gain valuable work experience with blind and visually impaired people.

In In the Press, News, School Leavers, on the 18th, August 2015

Josh, of Northallerton, who studied a Level 3 extended diploma in travel and tourism at Darlington College, said: “I’d always wanted to visit the USA because of the weather, culture and food, however with flights and accommodation being so expensive I found that going...

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Journalism students enjoy magazine masterclass with North-East glossy La Di Da

In In the Press, News, on the 17th, August 2015

The students joined La Di Da magazine editors Linda Westphal and Liz Lamb for an insight into producing the magazine as well as workshops that covered pitching ideas, writing and editing, and producing compelling and eye-catching content. On their second day they started work...

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Ofsted Update – June 2015

In News, on the 28th, July 2015

As we look forward to the start of the new term, we wish good luck to all the Year 11 students waiting for their results next week. The College continues to make good progress following the recent Ofsted inspection. We have recently received an...

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Darlington NCTJ journalism student wins NFL UK sports journalism award

In Adults, Courses, In the Press, News, on the 20th, July 2015

  Michael Thurloway received his prize from the National Football League in London during a media day for the upcoming American football international series. Michael won the chance to report from the press box at one of three NFL international series games at Wembley...

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Darlington College NCTJ Trainees Combine Study With Weekly Newsroom Days At Northern Echo

In Adults, Courses, In the Press, News, on the 14th, July 2015

From September 2015 trainees on Darlington College’s NCTJ accredited one-year journalism diploma will combine studies with a series of weekly newsroom days based at the Echo where they will be able to develop practical skills and see their work published online and in print....

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Learning Adviser Of 25 Years Announces Retirement

In Adults, Employers, In the Press, News, School Leavers, on the 13th, July 2015

Sheila, 65, who began working at the Cleveland Avenue site in 1989 helping a student study for his GCSEs, was initially employed by the college on just a one-year contract. “I was thinking about studying for a nursery nurse qualification when my sister who...

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