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Apprenticeship in Digital Learning Design (Level 3): apply now

As a Digital Learning Designer Apprentice (Level 3) you will be designing, developing and testing new digital teaching, learning and assessment (TLA) materials to make learning accessible and immersive for all.

Do you want to learn more about, and become a qualified specialist in, one of the fastest growing and most lucrative industries in the world? City College Norwich are offering six Level 3 Advanced Apprenticeships in Digital Learning Design.

Hairdressing apprentices put on spectacular showcase of skills

Eleven apprentice hairstylists put on an impressive show of their styling skills this week with a showcase event for their employers, assessors from City College Norwich, family, friends and other guests.

The Del Cabello show – which means “of hair” in Spanish – was held in City College Norwich’s Platform Theatre.

The showcase had three parts, featuring a wide range of themes from Fairy Tale to Punk, Tribal to Pageant Queen and Bollywood to Hollywood, and also included live demonstrations.

New Students’ Union President and deputy looking forward to making a difference for students

Sophie Bruce (President) and Alice Lugo (Vice President) have taken up their new roles to begin their term as the elected representatives leading the Students’ Union at City College Norwich for 2015-16.

Sophie and Alice, who are both 18 and have just completed their A Levels with the Sixth Form Centre at City College Norwich, are taking over the Students’ Union reins from outgoing President Chris Maidens and Vice President Naomi Wildgoose. 

Phoenix Purple students produce worldwide recipe book

The Phoenix Purple catering group at City College Norwich have produced a recipe book with recipes from around the world.

The students chose the recipes themselves and all of the dishes have been tried and tested by the group.

In addition to developing their cooking skills, the students have benefitted from learning about health and safety in the kitchen and they have gained in independence and confidence.

Motor vehicle students set for BENBOT charity walk to Norfolk Show

On Wednesday 1 July 2015, an unusual sight is in store for people in Norwich as BENBOT, the transformer robot on wheels, makes a journey from his City College Norwich home to the Royal Norfolk Show.  BENBOT will be pushed for about seven miles by eight motor vehicle students along St Stephens Street, Gentleman’s Walk, St Benedicts Street and Dereham Road to the Norfolk Showground.  The robot is scheduled to depart at 8.45am, collecting donations along the way for Norfolk charity The Benjamin Foundation. 

College named UK's first Centre of Excellence in Hotel Front Office and Reception

City College Norwich’s renowned Hotel School has been recognised as the UK’s first Centre of Excellence in Front Office and Reception for the outstanding training, work experience and employment opportunities students receive on the Level 2 Hospitality Diploma in Hotel Reception.

Students to help recruit Dementia Friends

City College Norwich is supporting Dementia Friends, an Alzheimer’s Society initiative, to help spread awareness and understanding of dementia and turn it into action to support people who are affected by the condition.

A group of level 3 Health and Social Care students will be spearheading the initiative within the college, by first becoming Dementia Friends or Dementia Champions themselves, and then sharing their knowledge with fellow students and members of staff at the college.

What students say about… Level 3 Creative Media Production

The Level 3 Diploma in Creative Media Production gives you the skills you need to progress to a career in the creative media sector.

AUDIO: Click here to listen to what some of our students had to say about this course.

This audio was produced by Level 2 Creative Media Production student David Bell (June 2015).

Engineering Apprentices pass Trigonometry test

A group of engineering apprentices from City College Norwich have supplemented their college-based learning by successfully completing a trigonometry course that was funded by the European Social Fund (ESF).

The funding was made available for a 7-week course in trigonometry following feedback from employers about the importance of apprentices having the skills to calculate angles and be able to independently solve problems that involve the application of trigonometry.

Students showcase creative talent at End of Year Show

City College Norwich’s creative arts students showcased their talents on Thursday 18th June when hundreds of visitors gathered for the private view of the annual Creative Arts End of Year Show.

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