Coventry and Warwickshire law firm Alsters Kelley LLP has recently welcomed their first two apprentices to the firm.
First year Public Services students at Rugby College organised a parade and ceremony for Remembrance Day attended by students, staff and local people.
Two Moreton Morrell College floristry students will be competing in the prestigious WorldSkills UK national finals next week at the The Skills Show at the NEC Birmingham.
Evesham rower Alex Gregory, who won a glorious gold medal at the Rio Olympics, has become one of the first recipients of a new Worcestershire award.
Prospective students have the chance to discover their future at a series of open events at WCG’s colleges across Warwickshire and Worcestershire.
Ten apprentices who train with WCG are celebrating after being shortlisted for the first ever Coventry and Warwickshire Apprentice of the Year Awards.
The county town Warwick was the venue for graduation ceremonies for the first time as WCG graduates celebrated at three ceremonies at St Mary’s Church and Old Shire Hall.
Students at Evesham College’s Acquired Brain Injury Centre are celebrating after being awarded a Silver Gilt Certificate for their garden as part of Schools in Bloom 2016.
A new bench designed and built by a student at Royal Leamington Spa College has recently been unveiled in the college grounds.
Equine lecturer Donna Allen has just returned from the Horseball World Cup in Portugal, where she captained the GB ladies team.
Furniture crafts course leader Jamie Ward has been installed as a Liveryman in the Worshipful Company of Furniture Makers.
A former Pershore College student is aiming to make it big in Japan when she takes part in the Gardening World Cup next month.
Want to move up the career ladder or get that degree? Gone back to school but it’s not for you? Or do you simply want to learn something new?
If you want to go to university, but don’t have the traditional qualifications, Warwickshire College Group has launched an extended range of Access to Higher Education diplomas to help you bridge that gap.
Moreton Morrell College students have been celebrating their achievements at a special awards ceremony.
A Rugby College engineering student will have an experience to remember after winning a work placement and guaranteed job interview with Formula 1 manufacturer Mercedes AMG HPP.
Warwick Trident College students have celebrated their achievements at a special awards ceremony.
Royal Leamington Spa College students celebrated their achievements at a special awards ceremony.
Rugby College students have been celebrating their achievements at a special awards ceremony at the college.
With thousands of students receiving their GCSE results this week, our student advice and guidance team is on hand to help anyone worried about where to turn.
Two Foundation Art students from Royal Leamington Spa College have become the first students in ten years to secure degree places on fashion courses at the world-famous Central Saint Martins in London.
Warwickshire College Group students at Royal Leamington Spa College and Rugby College are celebrating after picking up another set of excellent A-level results.
Rugby College engineering student Max Sellars has had a week to remember after being selected as a winner of the Renishaw Engineering Experience.
With A-level results due out on 18 August, aspiring higher education students are reminded that university is not the only place to get a degree.
Pershore College student Lydia Knight has scooped a prestigious gold medal for her stunning coastal show garden at the RHS Flower Show Tatton Park.
Moreton Morrell College equine course manager Donna Allen and her horse Roo have been selected for Team GB’s Horseball squad for the World Cup in Portugal next week.
Warwickshire College Group and South Worcestershire College have officially merged today to bring improved services to students, employers and the local community.
Warwickshire College Group has announced that they have reached an agreement to take on the management of Link Nurseries, supported by the Bransford Trust and the Friends of Link Nurseries.
Pershore College students and their families gathered at Pershore Abbey for their annual Presentation Day ceremony.
Two students from Warwickshire College Group are in the spotlight as they take part in competitions at the RHS Flower Show Tatton Park.
Moreton Morrell College student Georgia Kelly has won the Federation of Small Businesses' Further Education Enterprise Award.
Five sports students from Rugby College are taking the first step in their careers by securing apprenticeships with local primary schools.
Warwickshire College Group and South Worcestershire College have agreed to merge following Board decisions on 21 and 23 June.
Rugby College construction students and apprentices have excelled at the regional heats of a national construction skills competition.
Furniture crafts students played a supporting role in the spectacular transformation of Shakespeare’s New Place as they helped deliver a stunning oak bench made by a lecturer and fellow student.
A student with a rare syndrome has successfully completed a HND in Childcare at Royal Leamington Spa College.
Get a glimpse of the future of performance, fashion, music, art and design at Warwickshire College Group’s end of year events and exhibitions.
Pershore College’s Avonbank Nurseries are providing horticultural charity Thrive with a range of plants for it ‘life changing’ floral border at BBC Gardeners’ World Live event.
A-level students from Rugby and Leamington heard from leading scientist and doctor, Lord Robert Winston when he visited Royal Leamington Spa College last month.
Moreton Morrell College floristry lecturer Tina Aram and recent graduate Zoe Rowlinson were both awarded medals at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show last week.
Rugby College students raised nearly £600 for two local charities at their “Walk and Paws” catwalk show.
Media students at Royal Leamington Spa College are preparing for the premiere of their short film Abscond - The Movie.
Performing arts students at Rugby College are putting on the first ever theatre festival at Rugby College from 7-16 June.
Two A-level students from Royal Leamington Spa College have been awarded scholarships from Bangor University worth thousands of pounds.
Local furniture crafts student Philipp Stummer is asking local people to support him and vote for him in the City & Guilds Lion Awards People’s Choice Award.
A five-week CELTA course has enabled Heather Humphreys to travel the world teaching English as a foreign language.
Moreton Morrell College floristry lecturer Tina Aram and recent graduate Zoe Rowlinson will be competing against the best florists in the country at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show next week.
Former Warwickshire College student David Kendall visited Rugby College to speak to Enterprise and Entrepreneurship students about his successful Dragon’s Den appearance.
Carpentry and joinery apprentices at Moreton Morrell College have built brand new geranium trains for Leamington in Bloom 2016.
Animal Welfare and Veterinary Nursing staff at Pershore College are celebrating 60 years of commitment and dedication to the college between them.
With everything from dog agility to the popular livestock grand parade, the Moreton Morrell College Annual Show is bound to be a sure-fire family hit.
Nicholas Russell from Pershore College has recently been presented with Wyevale Nurseries’ Peter Williamson Travel Award.
Agriculture students from Moreton Morrell College are being given the opportunity to compete to win a sought-after shared farming agreement - meaning they could start their farming career at the age of just 18.
Students from Moreton Morrell College saw off 23 other teams to win BASC’s annual Gamekeeping College Clay Shoot.
Rugby College student Lydia Noble is celebrating after winning the Student Theatrical Make-up Competition at The Media Make-up & Theatre Event in Birmingham, picking up over £1500 worth of prizes.
The Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education has confirmed the quality and standards of provision at Warwickshire College Group following its review in December 2015.
Warwickshire College Group’s Engineering department is celebrating the successful progression of its full-time students into careers in engineering and in particular, a record number going onto higher apprenticeships with Jaguar Land Rover.
With GCSEs just around the corner, Warwickshire College Group’s colleges are opening their doors to prospective students at a series of open events over the next two weeks.
Local furniture crafts student Philipp Stummer has been awarded a Medal for Excellence from the City & Guilds Group in recognition of his exceptional talents.
Pershore College student Lydia Mackay and apprentice Steven Jenkins have each been awarded scholarships by the David Colegrave Foundation.
Local people and organisations are being invited to have their say on plans to merge South Worcestershire College and Warwickshire College Group.
One of Warwickshire College Group's Prince's Trust teams took part in a Sainsbury's Inclusive Community Training Workshop to help them understand how to support disabled people to be more active.
Rugby College student Macaulay Horsley is officially the best at bricklaying in the West Midlands after winning the regional Guild of Bricklayers senior competition.
Sky Blues in the Community - the community arm of Coventry City Football Club - and Warwickshire College Group have announced this week a new partnership and football academy to be based at the group’s Moreton Morrell College from September.
Warwickshire College Group took part in an action-packed National Apprenticeship Week with a range of activities to promote apprentices and apprenticeships
Warwickshire College Group has expanded its apprenticeship provision by successfully securing the training provider contract for BT Fleet motor vehicle apprentices.
Horticulture students from Pershore College scooped a prestigious gold medal for the second year running with their spectacular urban garden in the Young Gardener of the Year Awards at the Ideal Home Show in London.
As part of National Apprenticeship Week, Warwickshire College Group welcomed local businesses to a free breakfast event to find out everything about apprentices and apprenticeships.
Kate Young, an apprentice at Waterside Medical Centre in Leamington Spa won NHS Health Education England Primary Care Apprentice of the Year Award 2016.
Apprentices who train with Warwickshire College Group met Nadhim Zahawi MP, Apprenticeships Adviser to the Prime Minister, at a CBI West Midlands event.
TV gardener David Domoney officially opened the £5.8m redevelopment of Pershore College at a celebratory event with students, staff, local businesses and stakeholders.
Students at Rugby and Royal Leamington Spa Colleges have raised over £650 for local charity Evelyn’s Gift.
Warwickshire College Group is in the running for the Apprenticeship Programme of the Year Award at the prestigious TES FE Awards 2016.
Horticulture students from Pershore College are making progress on a spectacular garden for the Young Gardeners of the Year Awards 2016 at the Ideal Home Show in March.
Angela Joyce has welcomed the Government’s legislation to end what Education Secretary Nicky Morgan calls an ‘outdated snobbery’ towards apprenticeships and the need for independent careers advice in schools.
Warwickshire College Group apprentice Joe Chedzey has been awarded 'Apprentice of the Year' by the City of Coventry Freemen’s Guild, with two other apprentices shortlisted as finalists.
The Gap Community Centre has teamed up with Royal Leamington Spa College to organise an exciting fundraising challenge for anybody looking to do something a little different in 2016.
Warwickshire College Group’s colleges are opening their doors to prospective students at a series of open events next week.
Arboriculture students from Pershore College are assisting Cheltenham Borough Council with the thinning of Benhall Woods in order to ensure the wood’s survival and improvement in the longer term.
A student from Royal Leamington Spa College has qualified for a prestigious national apprentice competition.
Calor’s first Customer Service apprentices have both secured full-time roles with the company.
Warwickshire College Group have welcomed Andrew Cropley to the college group as their new Group Deputy Principal (Curriculum) this week.
A student who has only recently taken up photography was the winner of the Best Photograph award at an exhibition at Royal Leamington Spa College.
Pershore College students have been receiving expert demonstrations from specialist horticultural and arboricultural businesses.
Performing arts students at Rugby College have been spreading cheer with a theatre tour of local primary schools.
Whether you’re looking to learn a new hobby, improve your skills or take the next step in your career, get on course for 2016 with Warwickshire College Group.
Two art and design students from Rugby College have renovated and decorated a doll’s house for The Myton Hospices’ Rainbow Ripples project which helps bereaved children.
A new centre which will train the engineers of the future was officially opened on Friday 11 December at Warwick Trident College.
Agricultural engineering apprentices who study at Moreton Morrell College celebrated their achievements at a recent awards ceremony.
Horticulture students from Pershore College will be competing to win the Young Gardeners of the Year Award 2016 at the Ideal Home Show next year.
Performing arts students at Rugby College are staging the spectacular Queen musical We Will Rock You this December.
An apprentice studying at Warwick Trident College has scooped two medals at the World Kickboxing Union (WKU) World Championships in Spain.
A local printing company has taken on its first apprentice in a number of years and is already looking at recruiting more.
A student from Moreton Morrell College has won Gold in the WorldSkills UK Skills Competition Finals at The Skills Show.
Students at Royal Leamington Spa College are showcasing their talents at a photography exhibition sponsored by local company Cewe.
To celebrate Global Entrepreneurship Week, the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) in Coventry, Warwickshire and Solihull have launched an award that celebrates and recognises local students who show a flair for enterprise.
Two Moreton Morrell College floristry students will be competing in the prestigious WorldSkills UK national finals this week at the The Skills Show at the NEC in Birmingham.
Public Services students at Rugby College organised a parade and ceremony for Remembrance Day attended by hundreds of students, local schoolchildren and residents.
For the first time, Warwickshire College Group graduates celebrated at two ceremonies at the Royal Spa Centre in Leamington on Friday 6 November.
Art lovers in Leamington have got the chance to view and buy original artwork from future stars of the art world at a special exhibition.
Unemployed young people in Leicestershire can look forward to the re-launch of The Prince’s Trust’s programme after Warwickshire College Group took over the management of the scheme.
Chris White MP has been to meet the first engineering apprentices at a new £3 million college partly funded by the Government’s Growth Deal.
Achievements in Construction, Engineering and Motor Vehicle were celebrated at Warwickshire College Group’s Technology Awards last week.
A lecturer at Moreton Morrell College is celebrating after being named Floristry Tutor of the Year 2015 at the British Floristry Association Industry Awards.
Warwickshire College Group was this week highlighted as a model of good practice for our approach to apprenticeships by Head of Ofsted, Sir Michael Wilshaw.
Visual Communication students at Royal Leamington Spa College have worked with the NHS to produce a memorable video for a local health conference.
A set of 100-year-old tree ferns have been delivered to Pershore College as part of the £5.8m redevelopment of the campus.
Warwickshire College Group’s colleges are opening their doors to prospective students at a series of open events over the next two weeks.
Warwickshire College Group has won a prestigious Order of Distinction Award at the RoSPA Occupational Health and Safety Awards 2015.
Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner Ron Ball has unveiled a new portrait of the Queen painted by Fine Art student Rosie Brown.
Some of floristry's biggest names showcased their skills at the British Floristry Association’s European Floristry School at Moreton Morrell College last month.
A Fine Art degree student from Royal Leamington Spa College has been at the heart of the commissioning process for a new piece of public artwork in Oxfordshire.
The new £2.3 million building at Warwick Trident College - which will help train the engineers of the future – has been delivered by a group of Coventry and Warwickshire professionals on time and on budget.
Gone back to school but it’s not for you? Want to get that degree or move up the career ladder? Or do you simply want to learn something new?
The chance to study a degree at the University of Warwick is now within easier reach for people living in and around Leamington thanks to a new partnership with Warwickshire College Group.
Final touches are being made to horticultural plans for the Collections House, part of the new £5.8m redevelopment at Pershore College.
A pioneering new initiative which uses volunteers on horseback to help combat rural crime in Warwickshire has been officially launched at Moreton Morrell College.
A new fleet of minibuses has been unveiled by Warwickshire College Group ready for the start of the new term.
With students receiving their GCSE results this week, our student advice and guidance team is on hand to help anyone worried about where to turn.
Students at Royal Leamington Spa College and Rugby College have picked up another outstanding set of A-level results, improving year-on-year for the past six years.
Initiatives to combat rural crime across Warwickshire were in the national spotlight when they featured on the popular BBC Countryfile programme.
Warwickshire College Group's new building at their Warwick Trident College will build further capacity for supplying additional engineers into the region’s workforce.
Four North American woodworking experts have been passing on their skills to over 70 furniture enthusiasts at summer workshops at Royal Leamington Spa College.
An engineering student will have a summer to remember after picking up a prize of work experience and a guaranteed job interview with Formula 1 manufacturer Mercedes AMG HPP.
Diners at one of London’s top restaurants are feasting on edible flowers, microveg and microleaves grown by students at Pershore College.
School leavers in Rugby and Leamington can find out all about apprenticeships at drop in events next week.
A tour of Pershore College will be held on Wednesday 8 July from 7-8.30pm, where guests will have the chance to explore the college which is celebrating 60 years of horticultural excellence.
A floristry student from Moreton Morrell College is celebrating after winning first place in a regional skills competition.
Five Event Management students at Royal Leamington Spa College raised over £2000 for Springfield Mind by organising a special charity evening at Leamington FC.
A student at Royal Leamington Spa College could win a once in a lifetime trip to Geneva to visit the Large Hadron Collider at CERN after being shortlisted for the AstraZeneca STEM Student of the Year.
Competitors from around the Midlands will be taking part in the regional heat for the World Skills UK floristry competition at Moreton Morrell College this Wednesday 17 June.
Catering student Brett Croston is celebrating after winning first place at a regional competition with his cake decorating skills.
Performing arts students at Rugby College are getting ready to stage Willy Russell’s play Stags and Hens from 17-19 June.
Two key figures in a £5.8 million development at Pershore College were given a ‘window of opportunity’ to see how work is progressing.
Get a glimpse of the future of fashion, music, art and design at our end of year events and exhibitions.
Alex Muller from Pershore College has recently been presented with Wyevale Nurseries’ Peter Williamson Travel Award.
South Warwickshire NHS Foundation Trust (SWFT) has worked in partnership with students from Royal Leamington Spa College who have designed a range of eye-catching images that promote falls prevention.
This Morning gardener David Domoney is giving an exclusive talk at Pershore College as part of the college’s celebration of 60 years of horticulture excellence.
Warwickshire College Group is hosting a series of free breakfast events for local businesses to find out all they need to know about hiring an apprentice in the construction, engineering and motor vehicle industries.
A lecturer at Royal Leamington Spa College has been chosen as one of only eight new Freemen of the Worshipful Company of Furniture Makers.
Students at Pershore College are celebrating after picking up a Silver Medal for their show garden and trade stand at the RHS Malvern Spring Festival.
A floristry student from Moreton Morrell College could be on her way to Brazil to represent Team UK at World Skills São Paulo 2015.
Twins Ben and Neil Taylor are celebrating after winning the Junior High Gun section at the 30th Annual National Agricultural Colleges Clay Pigeon Shooting Competition.
Michelin-starred chef and restaurateur Simon Rogan is giving an exclusive talk at Pershore College as part of the college’s celebration of 60 years of horticulture excellence.
Pershore College horticulture student Gillian Potts is currently starring on BBC Two's The Great Chelsea Garden Challenge.
A student at Royal Leamington Spa College is asking for your support to win up to £10,000 funding from Aviva to help fund and expand his local community radio station.
A tractor and trailer are on their way to a village in Tanzania after students and staff from Moreton Morrell College refurbished them as part of a charitable project.
Students at Pershore College are gearing up to show off their design flair at this year’s RHS Malvern Spring Festival from 7-10 May.
Students from Warwickshire College Group organised a special event about inclusion, equality and diversity as part of a national project, Active Citizen FE.
Four students from Warwickshire College Group scooped silver medals at the Association of Colleges (AoC) National Championships at the University of Bath.
With GCSE exams just around the corner, it’s time to get your future prepared, so Warwickshire College Group’s six colleges are opening their doors to prospective students at a series of open events and talk and tours over the next two weeks.
Pershore College’s 60 years of horticulture excellence is being celebrated with a summer season of expert talks and events at the college.
Students and staff at Warwickshire College Group are celebrating after being awarded a 'Good' grade by Ofsted after a week-long inspection in March 2015.
The David Colegrave Foundation has awarded Pershore College student Claire Brassington a £1,500 Sponsored Scholarship from Wyevale Garden Centres.
Local MPs Chris White, Nadhim Zahawi and Attorney General Jeremy Wright have all visited Warwickshire College Group over the past few weeks.
Four students from Warwickshire College Group are competing at the Association of Colleges National Championships at the University of Bath this weekend.
Horticulture students from Pershore College scooped a prestigious gold medal for their spectacular urban retreat garden in the Young Gardener of the Year Awards.
Horticulture students from Pershore College will be competing to win The Young Gardener of the Year Awards at the Ideal Home Show.
Engineering apprentice Oliver Miller has been awarded the title of Rugby Apprentice of the Year at a special ceremony during National Apprenticeship Week.
Performing arts students are staging a production of the Tony Award winning musical ‘Spring Awakening’ next week at Rugby College.
Supported learning students from Warwickshire College Group swapped their classrooms for a week in the workplace courtesy of National Grid’s 'Work Inspiration Week' initiative.
Alex Tomlinson has been crowned Britain’s top apprentice and best in British engineering at the Semta Skills Awards 2015.
As part of National Apprenticeship Week, Rugby College is hosting a free breakfast event for local businesses to find out all they need to know about hiring a construction apprentice.
Celebrity hairdresser Patrick Cameron official opened Royal Leamington Spa College’s brand new hair and beauty salons at a special event where the college was also named a Wella Professionals Centre of Excellence.
Rural musicians The Wurzels have joined forces with The Farm Safety Foundation and Moreton Morrell College students to create an unconventional farm safety video.
A Rugby College apprentice is celebrating after being named the British Woodworking Federation’s Apprentice of the Year at a ceremony in London.
Enterprising Rugby College students Alice Stewardson and Harry Brown have beaten thousands of entries to make it to the top 20 of the national iDEA competition with their Collision Alert concept.
For Royal Leamington Spa College’s Beauty Student of the Year, redundancy has meant realising her dream to create her own beauty business.
Minister Edward Timpson visited National Grid in Leamington to meet young people benefiting from the EmployAbility initiative, including students from Warwickshire College Group.
A new brand for Warwickshire College Group.
Warwickshire College Group’s six colleges are opening their doors to prospective students at a series of open events.
Student James Stanley from Rugby is cooking up a storm as Warwickshire College Group's first catering apprentice.
Two leading regional companies are coming together for the first time to lay the foundations for the next generation of specialist engineers at Warwick Trident College.
Rugby College performing arts student Holly Riseborough has got an exciting year ahead as she prepares to take part in the Special Olympics World Games in Los Angeles.
Pershore College students Lydia Mackay and Suzanne Irlam have each been awarded a £1,000 Student Scholarship by the David Colegrave Foundation (DCF).
Congratulations to second year HND Visual Communication student Deanna Cox who has won the annual Vital Agency Christmas Card competition.
Moreton Morrell College students who raised £2,500 to sponsor a guide dog puppy finally got a chance to meet him last week.
This Christmas local pubgoers will be resting their pints on limited edition beermats designed by Royal Leamington Spa College students Jake Robertson and Reece King.
A Rugby College student has scooped bronze at the World Skills national final for a stunning creation in the Media Make-up competition.
Justin King CBE, former CEO of Sainsbury’s, officially opened the £12m redevelopment of Royal Leamington Spa College at a celebratory event with students, staff and local businesses.
Governors at Warwickshire College Group have today announced that Angela Joyce is to join the college group as their new Group Principal and Chief Executive.
Henley-in-Arden College student Harriet Davies has made the final of the Young Handbag Designer of the Year Competition 2014.
Agricultural engineering apprentices celebrated their achievements at an awards ceremony at Moreton Morrell College last week.
Horticulture students from Pershore College will be competing to win The Young Gardener of the Year Awards at the Ideal Home Show next year.
Women in Racing, the organisation which supports advancement in the workplace for women involved in the sport, has made their first bursary award to a student at Moreton Morrell College.
Art lovers in Warwickshire have got the chance to view and buy original artwork from future stars of the art world at exhibitions in Rugby and Leamington over the next few weeks.
Visual Communication students at Royal Leamington Spa College have worked with the NHS to produce memorable videos for a local health conference.
Moreton Morrell College has become the first college to run a special “camera trapping” course to enable students to catch a unique glimpse of local wildlife in their habitat.
Three Warwickshire College Group students will be competing at the prestigious WorldSkills UK national finals this week at the The Skills Show at the NEC in Birmingham.
Over 200 Warwickshire College Group graduates received their higher education awards at a special graduation ceremony in Leamington Spa.
Get ready for the festive season and meet Father Christmas at Henley-in-Arden College’s Christmas Gift Fayre on Tuesday 18 November.
A local charity has a brand new website thanks to Rugby College student, Lewis Flavell.
Agriculture students at Moreton Morrell College experienced a farm safety training day with a difference this week with support from Stratford-based NFU Mutual’s Farm Safety Foundation.
Warwickshire College Group has secured £1.3m from the Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) to support a brand new building for engineering students at Warwick Trident College.
Respected Theatre Arts School, Stagecoach Rugby, are showing their support for the Air Ambulance by auctioning a £1000 Scholarship at a charity auction at Fawsley Hall on 17 October.
Warwickshire College Group’s six colleges are opening their doors to prospective students at a series of open events over the next two weeks.
As part of our commitment to improve our sustainability performance, Warwickshire College Group, one of the largest further and higher education colleges in the UK has achieved The Planet Mark.
Demolition machines started work today (Monday 6 October) to clear the site ready for the £5.8m redevelopment at Pershore College.
Student Janeks Babidorics is taking to the stage with professional actor Chris Cusick in a production of Harold Pinter’s The Dumb Waiter at Rugby College this October.
Marla Nelson, Director of Enterprise at Warwickshire College Group, has represented the further education sector on a panel discussion on social entrepreneurship at the Conservative Party conference in Birmingham.
Floristry student Zoe Rowlinson is heading for Europe to represent the UK at an international skills competition.
Warwickshire College has become only the fourth college in the UK to be granted powers by the Privy Council to award its own Foundation degrees.
Five Moreton Morrell College farriery apprentices have picked up medals and awards at the Worshipful Company of Farriers Diploma Ceremony held at Armoury House, home of The Honourable Artillery Company in London.
Bethany Taylor from Rugby College is celebrating after receiving an award at the Peter Jones Enterprise Academy (PJEA) graduation ceremony hosted at Freemasons’ Hall in London.
With recent studies finding that 49% of parents don't fully understand the options available to their children after GCSEs, Warwickshire College are running two 'Options Explained' talks for parents to attend.
As part of the Leamington Backspace Festival, Rugby College and Royal Leamington Spa College are hosting careers events for young people interested in the games industry.
Leamington musician Joe Dolman will be rubbing shoulders with pop and rock royalty Blondie, ELO and Paloma Faith when he performs at Radio 2’s Live in Hyde Park.
Furniture enthusiasts from across the UK and Europe flocked to Royal Leamington Spa College last month to attend the renowned US woodworker Christopher Schwarz’s first course held in the UK.
Whether you’re looking to learn a new hobby, improve your skills or take the next step in your career, Warwickshire College can help you find something new to love!
Warwickshire College students at the Leamington and Rugby centres have picked up another outstanding set of A Level results, improving on last year’s impressive pass rate.
Warwickshire College was announced as Further Education Partner of the year at the annual Birmingham County Football Association Awards, 2013/14
Global farm machinery manufacturer, AGCO and Warwickshire College are encouraging more young people to take up apprenticeship schemes offered by AGCO dealers nationwide.
With A Level results on the horizon, aspiring higher education students are reminded that university is not the only place to get a degree.
Warwickshire Police have teamed up with Warwickshire College, Rugby to offer a new and exciting opportunity to learn about what the police do and see first-hand.
Students supported by Warwickshire College’s Centre for Deaf Students have had a successful year, winning awards within the college and externally.
Floristry students from Warwickshire College’s Moreton Morrell centre have showcased their talent at the prestigious RHS Tatton Park Show and won a coveted Silver Medal.
Equine degree student Richard Mott is to present his dissertation research at a prestigious international conference in Denmark next month.
Former Warwickshire College business student Dan Mallier is making his mark in the events world by organising Leamington’s first ComicCon.
Four enterprising students from Warwickshire College have successfully bid for a share of £15,000 funding to develop business ideas which will benefit their local communities.
Warwickshire College art student James Reeves has picked up a prestigious award from a local Leamington arts society.
A group of Warwickshire College motorsport students have been putting their creations to the test at Bruntingthorpe Proving Ground in Leicestershire.
Bermudan Carlo Paynter has become the first international student to win Pershore College’s Motor Achievement Award.
There might have been disappointment at this year’s World Cup but a local florist from Warwickshire College is determined to put skills at the top of the league table and deliver Gold at WorldSkills São Paulo 2015.
Engineering apprentices from Warwickshire College’s Rugby centre were able to see theory put into practice at a visit to Balfour Beatty and Network Rail’s new Rugby Substation site at Parkfield Road.
Warwickshire College engineering student Sam Boneham will have a summer to remember after picking up a prize of work experience and a guaranteed job interview with Formula 1 manufacturer Mercedes AMG High Performance Powertrains (HPP).
Pupils at a Worcester primary school now have a new pond to enjoy and explore thanks to horticulture students from Pershore College.
Warwickshire College beauty students are celebrating after winning first and second places at a regional skills competition.
Warwickshire College has been chosen by the government as one of the only five colleges to offer students the new TechBacc.
Pershore College was the setting for a wedding of the year this weekend, with Growers United FC football mascots Horti and Agri tying the knot.
Motor vehicle students at Warwickshire College saw their bio-diesel car win at the Alternative Energy event at Santa Pod Raceway.
Pershore College student Kyle Ross has been presented with Wyevale Nurseries’ Peter Williamson Travel Award.
Get a glimpse of the future of fashion, music, art and performance at Warwickshire College’s end of year events.
Thinking of taking up floristry as a hobby or career? Warwickshire College’s floristry evening event on Wednesday 25 June at the Moreton Morrell centre is a great way to learn from the experts, begin your career or master your technique.
The Royal Parks apprenticeship program Grow, which combines on the job training with recognised qualifications from Pershore College, is now open for applications.
Hairdressing student Luke Hood is celebrating after winning second place at a regional competition with his Brazil-inspired creation.
A Warwickshire agricultural show will be scaling 'new heights' next week after announcing a partnership with Warwickshire College.
A partnership between the HTA and Pershore College has taken a step forward with the beginning of a recruitment drive for 16 Garden Retail Apprentices ready for September.
Three students from Warwickshire College showed off their coding skills to the Duke of York at a prestigious event in London.
Residents at Bilton House are enjoying a new outlook after art students from Warwickshire College’s Rugby centre created a mural for the home.
Warwickshire College student Max Thompson is officially the best at bricklaying in the West Midlands after winning the regional Guild of Bricklayers junior competition.
Warwickshire College engineering student Ed Lewry is getting ready to represent the college at the National Schools Regatta this weekend.
Warwickshire College fitness student Kate Ingles is celebrating after winning the national CYQ Gym Instructor Competition at St George’s Park, the new FA National Football Centre.
A group of budding young gardeners are sowing the seeds to a brighter future after kick-starting a horticulture apprenticeship programme with Sanctuary Maintenance and Pershore College.
Furniture crafts student Jan Waterston has been awarded a Medal for Excellence from the City & Guilds Group in recognition of his exceptional talents.
Pershore College students and staff are celebrating after the college was awarded a Gold Medal and Best in Show at the prestigious RHS Malvern Spring Festival.
With everything from dog agility to sheep shearing, the Warwickshire College Moreton Morrell Annual Show is bound to be a sure-fire family hit.
Warwickshire College’s six centres are welcoming prospective students at a series of ‘Talk and Tour’ events over the next few weeks.
Olympic eventing medallist Zara Phillips MBE officially opened Warwickshire College’s brand new Equine Therapy and Rehabilitation Centre at Moreton Morrell.
Two fitness students from Warwickshire College’s Henley-in-Arden centre are competing against the best in the country in the national CYQ Fitness Trainer Competition at St George’s Park, the new FA National Football Centre.
Warwickshire College’s Moreton Morrell centre will be featured on BBC One’s Countryfile this Sunday 20 April at 7pm.
West Midlands Euro MP Phil Bennion has hailed the Power and Industry Academy in Rugby as a ‘model example’ of private and public sector co-operation to train the skilled workers of tomorrow.
A charity golf tournament organised by Warwickshire College students raised £781 for Myton Hospice.
Two Warwickshire College students are the best at badminton, winning the British Colleges Sports national mixed doubles competition at a tournament at Bath University.
Community transport in Warwickshire will have a brand new look after two Warwickshire College students won a design competition run by Stratford-on-Avon District Council.
Alumni 6 is an exhibition of new artwork by 2013 BA Fine Art Graduates, Sharon Farrelly, Jonny Graney and Dale Hipkiss.
Warwickshire College apprentices are taking part in The Brathay Apprentice Challenge 2014 (#BAC14) - the search for the apprentice team of the year, supported by the National Apprenticeship Service.
The Visitor Centre of Coombe Country Park will soon feature a brand new interactive exhibit designed by one of Warwickshire College’s Furniture Crafts students.
Warwickshire College’s six centres are opening their doors to prospective students at a series of open events next week.
Talented hairdressing students from Warwickshire College’s Henley-in-Arden centre have won at the regional heat of the Association of Hairdressers and Therapists (AHT) competition.
Children attending Warwickshire College’s Rugby Nursery are enjoying a brand new rock climbing wall thanks to the generous fundraising efforts of a parent.
Over 160 people attended the Laura Collett Lecture and Demonstration Evening at Moreton Morrell, organised by Warwickshire College equine degree students as part of their Equine Event Management module.
Motor Vehicle apprentice Cain Jones has been awarded the title of Rugby Apprentice of the Year at a special ceremony during National Apprenticeship Week.
Pershore College is to be transformed after it was announced this week that the College has been successful in their bid for millions of pounds worth of funding from the Skills Funding Agency to undertake the work.
Get your tickets now for Warwickshire College’s student production of the comedy horror rock musical Little Shop of Horrors from 11-14 March 2014 at the college’s Rugby theatre.
Warwickshire College apprentices dominated the Coventry Freemen’s Guild Apprenticeship Awards with engineering apprentice Georgina Oag picking up the Apprentice of the Year title.
The winner has been announced in a photography competition with students at Warwickshire College at a special presentation event at St. Modwen Homes’ Edison Place development on Technology Drive, Rugby.
Two hundred students and local people were tested at a special heart screening event at Warwickshire College’s Henley-in-Arden Centre in memory of student Adam Middleton.
Warwickshire Police - in partnership with Warwickshire College and Warwickshire Horse Watch - is inviting local farmers, horse owners and rural businesses in south Warwickshire to a FREE Rural Crime and Safety Event at Moreton Morrell.
Nearly 200 Pershore College students and local people found out why horticulture is the industry of the future at an inspirational talk by James Wong, BBC broadcaster, best-selling author and ‘Botany Geek’.
Year 11 students are being encouraged to discover their future this half term, with free career taster days at Warwickshire College’s six centres.
With latest figures showing a drop in university applications across England, Warwickshire College is bucking the trend with a 28% increase in applications this year compared with the same time last year.
Equine degree students at Warwickshire College have pulled off a coup by securing champion eventer Laura Collett to give a lecture and demonstration at the college.
Hands on experience is a big part of learning any trade or skill, and building contractor Speller Metcalfe is working with Warwickshire College to give students the opportunity to do just that.
Find out why horticulture can be one of the most dynamic, creative and rewarding industries at an evening with BBC broadcaster, best-selling author and ‘Botany Geek’ James Wong at Pershore College on 4 February.
An apparel apprentice at Warwickshire College’s Henley-in-Arden centre is celebrating after being shortlisted for the Coventry Freemen’s Guild Apprentice of the Year Award.
A new Director of Enterprise and Entrepreneurship has taken up her post at Warwickshire College.
If the January blues are biting and you fancy trying something new, why not change your prospects with a course from Warwickshire College?
A team of students from Warwickshire College’s floristry course have decorated a local church for the festive season.
A Warwickshire College student is celebrating after her artwork was chosen by a local design agency to feature on their Christmas card.
A horticulture apprentice from Pershore College has been presented with a prestigious national horticultural industry award.
A young woman from Leamington Spa, who turned her life around with help from The Prince’s Trust programme at Warwickshire College, has been honoured at the youth charity’s annual ceremony.
Get ready for Christmas and have a great family day out at Pershore College’s Christmas Fayre on Saturday 7 December.
Performing arts students at Warwickshire College’s Rugby centre are staging Made by You next week - the only show where the audience decides what happens.
Students met Shadow Secretary of State for Education, Tristram Hunt MP and Shadow Education Minister Rushanara Ali MP during a visit to Warwickshire College last week.
Warwickshire College student, Luca Frondella, 19, is celebrating after scooping second place at the national Association of Colleges Student of the Year award.
Zoe Rowlinson, 19, from Warwickshire College has been named the ‘Best in the UK’ in floristry after winning Gold at the WorldSkills UK National Competitions at The Skills Show 2013.
Four enterprising Warwickshire College students could be off to the Big Apple after making the final of the national Market Maker Challenge with their innovative business idea
Visual Communication students at Warwickshire College’s Leamington centre worked with the local NHS and stroke patients to produce a memorable and moving presentation for a local health conference.
Art lovers in Warwickshire have got the chance to snap up an original piece of artwork from future stars of the art world for just £10.
Thousands of young people will flock to The Skills Show at the NEC this week and Warwickshire College will be there as a premier sponsor to spark careers ideas and offer have-a-go opportunities to visitors to their exhibition stands.
Remember, remember, the fifth of November? For nearly 200 Warwickshire College graduates it will be a date they’ll never forget as they received their higher education awards at a special graduation ceremony.
Olympic dressage gold medallist Carl Hester MBE praised the facilities of Warwickshire College’s Moreton Morrell Centre when he paid a visit earlier this month.
A life-sized mannequin horse was ‘rescued’ by firefighters in a demonstration of their new skills in front of a large audience at Warwickshire College’s Moreton Morrell Centre.
Warwickshire College student, Rachel Quinney, 18, has reached the final of the prestigious World Skills UK national hairdressing competition.
Pershore College became part of the Warwickshire College family 6 years ago now and since that time has continued to build on its position as one of the country’s leading horticulture colleges.
Warwickshire College’s performing arts learning company, Spitfire Theatre Company, is staging a production of the classic Samuel Beckett play Waiting for Godot from 22-26 October in the theatre at our Rugby centre.
A short film by students from Warwickshire College has been nominated for a Royal Television Society (RTS) Midlands Award – a first for the college.
There's nothing like trying something for yourself. So if you think you know what you want to do when you leave school but want to be sure, or just want to try something different, come to a taster day.
Equine students at Warwickshire College’s Moreton Morrell centre were part of the action this weekend, as many gained experience working at the British Eventing horse trials held at the college.