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10 April 2019

UCNL announced as one of 12 Institutes of Technology

The University Campus North Lincolnshire (UCNL) is part of a collaborative bid lead by the University of Lincoln, to become one of the first twelve Institutes of Technology in the UK. Nationally Institutes will be unique collaborations between universities, further education colleges, and leading employers including top firms Nissan, Siemens and Microsoft. They will specialise in delivering quality higher level technical training (at Level 4 and 5) in STEM subjects,

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04 April 2019

SCR Skills Funding Partnership

You can download a copy of the Strategic Business Case here. SCR VFX Training Strategic Business Case If you have any feedback or questions about the scheme please get in touch with

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03 April 2019

Boxclever with Tommy Coyle and the Humberside Against Knife Crime Team

The event is being held with the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner from 13:00-16:00pm in the College’s Events Centre. Supported by the team leading the Humberside Against Knife Crime tour, the event aims to inspire young people in the local community through the health and wellbeing benefits of physical activity as well as advising of the impact of carrying knives and getting involved with the wrong crowd. Recently

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01 April 2019

CATCH Careers Evening Event

It’s also a chance for employers to find out more about taking on apprentices or using apprenticeships to develop existing staff, and to find out about funded or full cost training. The College offers the maintenance operations engineering technician apprenticeship at CATCH in addition to new provision starting in September, the science manufacturing technician apprenticeship. The College also has 30 current students at the Academy looking to progress to engineering apprenticeships this year and this event is an opportunity

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15 March 2019

Exclusive Artist’s Impressions of the University Campus North Lincolnshire (UCNL) Ready for Public Events

There will also be an additional employers’ breakfast meeting on Tuesday 26th March 2019, 7.30am – 9.00am. Employers from around the region are encouraged to come and see how they can link up with the UCNL, support new talent and get involved in the UCNL in other ways including work experience, apprenticeships and industry insights. This is a booking only event, so all interested groups and individuals are advised to

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21 February 2019

College Scoops Apprenticeship Contract with Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy

The world largest rotor blade, the B75, is on the ground and ready to be assembled on the hub. Field testing the 154-meter rotor for the six-megawatt turbine is an exciting step in the development of competitive technologies for the large offshore wind farms of the future. Siemens incorporated the technological expertise gained over more than three decades into the development of both the gearless turbine and its 75-meter rotor

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23 January 2019

College Recognised for its Duke of Edinburgh Success

Stacey Blackwell (Student Activity Coordinator) was invited down to St James’ Palace due to the success of the award delivered at North Lindsey College – reaching an all-time record, with 95 students achieving their bronze award. This is a first for North Lindsey College and has created great interest, which is something that has never been achieved before locally. Stacey said, “This was possible due to all the staff supporting

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16 January 2019


The students were tasked to work alongside Guy to renovate a bar and decorate and modernise the lower area of the venue at Café Indie, a live music venue in Scunthorpe. “It’s been a really good experience” said Katie Wallace (17) Level 2 Painting and Decorating student, she continued, “It has been really hands on and I would love to do it again, it’s been brilliant.” The students feature in

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