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15 October 2019

CATCH Careers Evening Event

Potential students interested in becoming an engineer will be able to find out about current apprenticeship vacancies as well as learn about career opportunities and engineering programmes available at the CATCH Academy starting in September 2020. The Academy runs a variety of programmes including Level 2 and 3 electrical and mechanical engineering programmes and the pre-apprenticeship ITEC – Introduction to Engineering Construction programme. All courses have a focus on preparing

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10 October 2019

Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy Apprentices Make a Start at College

Caitlyn Calder (Siemens Gamesa Apprentice) has started on the apprenticeship programme, having travelled from Scotland.  She said, “I chose the Siemens Gamesa apprenticeship as we are really well supported throughout our apprenticeship and it offers a fantastic opportunity for our future.”   Jill Cooper (Business Development Director, North Lindsey College) said, “It’s been a pleasure to welcome the Siemens Gamesa apprentices to the College. This is an exciting time for us

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25 September 2019

UCNL, Phase 1 completed and ready for students

Britcon Limited have been working flat out over the summer to convert the former council head office into Scunthorpe’s very own University campus. The facilities are being redeveloped in two phases, phase 1 sees the ground floor and first two floors fully converted. Comprising of lecture theatre, Learning Resource Centre, bespoke classrooms, IT centre, student break out spaces including Starbucks and Alongside these recognisable areas, the contractors have also been

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05 September 2019

Professional Boxer Fights Against Knife Crime

The event took place on the 3rd and 4th September and was the second visit from the Tommy Coyle Foundation and #NoMoreKnives campaign team. The Boxclever Bus come onto the Scunthorpe campus, complete with a boxing training area, weights and gym equipment, a lounge area with Xboxs, iPads and games consoles. Students also had the opportunity to spar with the professional boxer in the Foundation’s portal boxing ring. Tommy Coyle local said, “Talent

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