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Snowdrops mark soldiers’ sacrifice

Staff and learners at Shena Simon Campus have marked the sacrifice of soldiers in World War One with an enduring tribute, planting snowdrop bulbs in Sackville Gardens.

The Sackville Gardens planting, part of the National Trust’s ...
Staff and learners from Shena Simon Campus took part in Snowdrop City Week

 

Jewellery exhibition sparkles at city venue

A sparkling jewellery exhibition at Manchester Craft & Design Centre will be curated by The Manchester College tutor Eve Redmond next month.

The exhibition, which is part of the Free For Arts festival, launches on Friday October ...
The Manchester College tutor Eve Redmond is curating a new exhibition

 

Perfect score for health & safety course

Did you know The Manchester College is helping to make the region a safer place to work and live? The College is the only provider offering NEBOSH health & safety courses in the Greater Manchester region, and what’s more, the NEBOSH ...

The Manchester College offers a range of NEBOSH courses

 

Media wannabes go to boot camp

Apprenticeships have become a desirable and practical way of stepping on the road to a great career. Ten young people studying at The Manchester College were among close to 100 16-24 year olds across the UK who have been handed the ...

The Manchester College supports the Creative Pioneers project

 

Have a go at the Skills Show

The Manchester College is giving prospective learners the opportunity to experience a whole range of courses at an exciting event in central Manchester.

The Manchester College Skills Show at Manchester Central from 10am to 5pm on ...
The Manchester College Skills Show takes place at Manchester Central

 

Top marks for James, aged 79

The Manchester College’s oldest learner James Enright is celebrating after being awarded an A* for GCSE Russian, aged 79.

James has been studying at The Manchester College since 1992, that’s an amazing 22 years of study. The ...
James Enright was awarded an A* for GCSE Russian