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We are delighted to share that our Public Services student, Omar has been recognised in the Bedfordshire Police Force Focus Annual Awards. Please see below for the scoop from Bedfordshire Police! Force Focus - Annual Awards 2019 The force celebrated the hard work, achievements and acts of bravery from across our policing family at a special awards ceremony this week. The efforts of officers, staff, Specials, cadets and volunteers from across Bedfordshire were recognised at the Force Annual Awards Ceremony, held at The Sharnbrook Hotel on Wednesday (5 June). The winners of the 14 award categories were celebrated during the…
We are delighted to share that Tia Campbell, HNC Photography student at CBC has been shortlisted for the nation’s most prestigious student photography award. The awards organised by leading manufacturer of monitor solutions, EIZO, are designed to celebrate young photography and creative talent across the UK and provide a vital career kick-start to students with the right flair and imagination. Tia Campbell is in with a chance of winning an EIZO ColorEdge computer monitor and an exclusive, once in a lifetime placement with a world-renowned photographer. Central Bedfordshire College students across a range of photography courses were asked to enter…
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Central Bedfordshire College are delighted to be welcoming a new addition to their dedicated vehicle maintenance training centre on Luton Road – a Vivaro van, generously donated by Vauxhall. Learning Area Manager Karyn Godfrey commented, “We are thrilled with this incredibly kind donation from Vauxhall. This will support our students with their learning, and support us to train industry-ready young people in our state-of-the-art workshop.” The vehicle maintenance department at Central Bedfordshire College provides a high standard of practical, hands-on training from Entry Level to Level 3, giving students the skills and experience they need to thrive in the workplace.…
As part of a broader education reform, the Department for Education (DfE) had already piloted a T-Level qualification which is aimed at helping students aged 16-19 to be work-ready. The very first T Level subjects will be taught from September 2020 in more than 50 colleges and other education/training providers. This means pupils who started Year 10 in September 2018 will be the first to be able to study them. The first T Level subjects that can be studied will be digital, construction, education and childcare. The new course will provide the learners with the technical knowledge and practical skills…
We understand that keeping children safe online is a growing issue and we'd like to share the below tips to help with the latest distressing development -"Momo". If you have any concerns about yourself, a friend or if your child is a student at CBC then please contact the Welfare Team at Central Beds College. We are based at the Student Helpdesk, main Dunstable campus, Monday - Friday 9.00 - 16.00. Call: 01582 349 641/643Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
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