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Darlington College Apprentice Shortlisted For Top Award

In Adults, Apprenticeships, In the Press, News, School Leavers, on the 20th, October 2015

Krystal Starkey, 21, who is studying for her National Council for the Training of Journalists apprenticeship at the college is on the shortlist for NCTJ Apprenticeship of the Year Award. Krystal is in the second year of her study programme and has already made...

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A Professional Construction Student’s Career Has Been Heaven Sent After Helping To Restore One Of The World’s Most Historic Religious Buildings.

In News, on the 19th, October 2015

Darlington College Level  3 Construction and the Built Environment student Phillip Smalley impressed building company Simpson so much, during work experience at Durham Cathedral, that he has now taken up a full-time position as assistant site manager with the York-based firm. Phillp, 26, of...

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A CELEBRITY Hairdresser Is To Give The Cutting Edge To North East Stylists With a Colour Masterclass In The Art of Balayage

In Adults, Apprenticeships, In the Press, News, School Leavers, on the 13th, October 2015

The event, hosted by the National Hairdressers’ Federation, the UK’s largest trade association for hairdressing, barbering and beauty salon owners. The two-part training day will consist of a morning of creative colouring demonstrations followed by an afternoon of hands-on workshops to experiment with colour...

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Engineering Tutor Steve, Writes Children’s Book For Charity

In In the Press, News, on the 2nd, October 2015

A County Durham author has written a children’s Christmas book to raise money for the NSPCC Steven Corner, 44, from Ferryhill, plans to raise £500 for the children’s charity by December with sales of his book The Child Who Saved Christmas. The book, which...

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Students Work With The Police to Spread Awareness About The Dangers of Using Legal Highs.

In News, on the 25th, September 2015

Art students at Darlington College are designing posters for County Durham Police to showcase to the public and school children about the use of legal highs and the dangers that surround them. Legal highs contain chemicals which produce effects similar to those of illegal...

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Student, Charlie Congratulated For His Dedication After Travelling Almost 30,000 Miles To Study.

In News, on the 18th, September 2015

The 20-year-old, who lives with Asperger Syndrome, moved from Mowbray School, Bedale, to join Pathways, a Darlington College curriculum area that helped students with complex learning needs. After a successful year, he then returned to study work skills before signing up for a third...

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