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AN Apprentice Mechanic Has Been Given New Drive After Securing Seven Distinctions In His Studies.

In Apprenticeships, In the Press, News, School Leavers, on the 28th, May 2015

For the past two years the 18-year-old classic car enthusiast has been studying a Level 2 apprenticeship in light vehicle maintenance and repair. He also works as an apprentice with Darlington automotive business Jon Kelly Garage Services on Whessoe Road. Edward, who has just...

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STUDENTS Cement Their College Studies With A Role Reversal In Coursework Skills.

In Adults, Apprenticeships, In the Press, News, School Leavers, on the 16th, April 2015

The all-female student group, who are currently studying towards careers in nursing, social work and as paramedics, were each tasked with building a three course high brick wall under the instruction of fellow first year joinery and bricklaying students. Darlington College programme leader for...

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Former Student Mark Soars Towards Dream of Becoming a Pilot

In Apprenticeships, Courses, In the Press, News, School Leavers, on the 27th, March 2015

But he plans to forsake the relative safety of passenger jet aviation in favour of ‘handle and stick’ flying in countries such as Alaska, New Zealand, Africa and Papua New Guinea, to areas difficult to access by land. “Passenger jets are much more flying...

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BUDDING Journalist is In The News After Reaching the Final of a National Media Competition.

In Adults, Apprenticeships, In the Press, News, University Level, on the 23rd, March 2015

The NCTJ Level 3 apprentice was selected as one of nine finalists in the ITV ITN Media Trust Breaking Into News project. After spending a day with ITV Calendar in Leeds filming and editing her feature she travelled to London to pitch it to...

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Darlington Students Win Life-changing Merchant Navy Engineering Sponsorships.

In Apprenticeships, Employers, In the Press, News, School Leavers, on the 19th, March 2015

Matthew Thorman, Connor Burton and Kyle Rooney were selected for the life-changing three year training contract offered to a limited number of young people nationwide. Now in the final year of the BTEC Extended Diploma in Engineering, the students will progress with training split...

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Health and Social Care Students Play Host to a Party of Visitors From Norway

In Adults, Apprenticeships, Employers, In the Press, News, School Leavers, University Level, on the 18th, March 2015

Tutor Stephen Capper said: “It is great seeing the students mix and discover they have a lot in common.” Norwegian teacher in nursing Tine Elisabeth Slang said she hoped the trip would develop into an exchange programme with the college, under the European Union...

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