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A pheasant day for a shoot

A pheasant day for a shoot

Gamekeeping students in Cornwall have celebrated the success of their pheasant shoot, organised as part of their qualification. The students from Duchy College near Stoke Climsland had to carry out a risk assessment and give a brief to guns and beaters, as well as run...

50th Anniversary Celebrations Kick Off for Exeter College

50th Anniversary Celebrations Kick Off for Exeter College

The new year represents a momentous occasion in the history of Exeter College, marking 50 years since being named as the UK’s first tertiary college, although their roots date back to the 1800s. Exeter College was established as a fully-fledged tertiary college in...

Event to reveal exceptional opportunities for students

Event to reveal exceptional opportunities for students

Students in Cornwall and those looking to return to education are being urged to explore the incredible facilities and wide range of courses at Cornwall College St Austell. The College is opening its doors to prospective students on Saturday 18th January between 10am...

Decorating Student to Train for ‘Skills Olympics’

Decorating Student to Train for ‘Skills Olympics’

A City College Plymouth student has been invited to train as a potential competitor at the ‘Skills Olympics’, which are to be held in Shanghai in 2021. Painting and decorating apprentice Rebekah Holden has been selected for Squad UK, which is the first step on the...

Winners of Tech South West Awards Revealed

Winners of Tech South West Awards Revealed

Artificial soil, ultrasound that creates the sensation of touch in mid-air, and a safety at sea app were amongst the array of ground-breaking tech honoured at this year’s Tech South West Awards. Business leaders, tech entrepreneurs and organisations came together from...

Building safer businesses brick by brick

Building safer businesses brick by brick

Business-leaders swapped laptops for Lego at a fun workshop that delivered a serious message. Participants of the Decisions and Disruptions cybersecurity event, which was co-hosted between the SW Regional Cybercrime Unit, City College and Acronyms, were full of...

Chef students rise to occasion on festival stage

Chef students rise to occasion on festival stage

Some of the county’s top trainee chefs have been praised for their efforts in helping at one of the region’s most popular food extravaganzas. The Padstow Christmas Festival has grown dramatically over the past 11 years and attracts thousands of visitors and some of...