City College Norwich are offering a wide variety of evening and weekend courses ranging from our popular junior chef academy (for 10 to 15 years olds), to vegetarian cooking, bicycle maintenance and more.
Whatever your reason for learning – whether for the personal satisfaction of mastering new skills, for adding relevant qualifications to your CV, or for pure enjoyment – City College Norwich has a range of short courses for you.
Are you thinking about secondary teaching? You could be learning to teach in a classroom 4 days a week, gaining hands-on experience through School Direct, leading to full Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) within one year.
The kitchens at City College Norwich will this week see some of the region’s top young chefs battling it out to make the final of The Young Seafood Chef of the Year competition.
On Friday 20th March, 16 cookery students, working in teams of two, from six colleges, will be looking to impress the competition judges with their 3-course meals, consisting of a starter, intermediate course and main course.
The students will have just two and three quarter hours in which to prepare and present their dishes. The rules specify which fish must be used for each course.
The nursery at City College Norwich, which is open to the public as well as providing places for the children of staff and students at the college, has been rated as Good by Ofsted following its latest inspection on 20 February 2015.
The nursery received a Good rating for each of the key criteria use by Ofsted – the quality and standards of early years provision, how well it meets the needs of its children, its contribution to the well-being of the children, and the effectiveness of its leadership and management.
This exciting competition is open to past and current students of any FE or Sixth Form college, who have taken (or are undertaking) a course of technical, practical or vocational education and have a bright and innovative business idea. You must be between the ages of 16 and 25 and can enter as an individual or in a team of up to five members.
Construction students from City College Norwich are celebrating their achievements after winning the coveted Carter Cup, for the first time since 1999, as well as a total of 7 medals in the Norfolk and Waveney Building Apprentices’ Competition.
The competition, which took place at the Norfolk Showground on Wednesday 11th March, saw 60 apprentices and college students put their construction skills to the test against the clock as they competed for medals in six disciplines: bricklaying, carpentry and joinery, electrical, painting and decorating, plumbing, and multi-skills.
City College Norwich held its annual Apprenticeship Awards at OPEN in Norwich this week, putting the spotlight on its most outstanding apprentices and the employers who support Apprenticeship training.
The event was held during National Apprenticeship Week which celebrates Apprenticeships and the positive impact they have on individuals, businesses and the wider economy.
You are cordially invited to join us as our guest for an evening of delicious delights on the voyage of foodie discovery.
Staff and young people from across Break’s services will be joining staff and students from Debut Restaurant at City College Norwich. They will volunteering in the kitchen and front of house to cook and serve you on the evening.