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Sports Student, Luke Signs Contract for Middlesbrough Football Club

In In the Press, News, on the 10th, May 2017

Darlington College fitness instruction graduate Luke Armstrong has signed a professional contract with Middlesbrough Football Club. The 20-year-old striker, of Wolsingham, will move to the Riverside at the end of the season after catching the eye of Boro bosses with an impressive 28 goals...

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Students Assist Emergency Services With Practise Chemical Attack Exercise

In In the Press, News, on the 9th, May 2017

The event took place at Mowden Park Rugby Club, Darlington this morning (9th May 2017) and involved The Fire Service, Police and North East Ambulance Service staff and vehicles. The exercise was constructed in order to practise and test the emergency services in responding...

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Leading Car Dealer Donates Engines To Give Mechanics Fresh Drive

In Apprenticeships, In the Press, News, School Leavers, on the 25th, April 2017

Changes to the City and Guilds qualification mean trainees now have to further demonstrate their practical skills. The donated engines will allow them to work on a host of skills including replacing and changing head gaskets and timing chains, familiarising them with the latest...

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Budding Sports Writer Secures Goal of Making The Headlines After Accepting Position With One of UK’s Largest News Companies

In In the Press, News, on the 20th, April 2017

The 26-year-old will begin his role as a trainee multimedia journalist, covering local news in Hertfordshire and Essex, on completion of the college’s NCTJ course which also spawned the careers of BBC journalist and former chief political correspondent John Sergeant and current NBC senior...

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STUDENTS Enter World of Robotics Thanks To The Support Of One Of The World’s Leading Experts in Automation.

In Apprenticeships, Employers, In the Press, News, School Leavers, on the 7th, April 2017

Robotics specialists Mitsubishi Electric has lent the college a pick and place precision instrument, complete with £1,000 worth of software, giving Level 1-HND students a head start in a growing industry. Level 2 apprentice with Allerton Steel James Bew created a safety cage for...

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Annual careers fayre helps pupils make more informed decisions over their further education and career choices

In In the Press, News, on the 21st, March 2017

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...

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