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East Riding College students Nathan Kaiser, 22 from Hull and Evie Walters, 18 from Beverley have been competing in Estuary TV’s Reality Bites.
13th April 2018 - East Riding College students hit the top spots in maths, English and Apprenticeships
East Riding College have come out on top in Government National Achievement Rate rankings for GCSE maths and English. Students at the College achieving grades A* to C in their GCSE maths have placed the College in the top 10% of further education colleges nationally and at number one locally, compared to other further education colleges in the East Riding, the Humber and North Yorkshire.
East Riding College have come out on top in Government National Achievement Rate rankings for apprenticeships.
William Jackson Food Group won the Training Champion - Large Employer award at the annual East Riding College awards in March. The prestigious ceremony held in the Royal Hall at the famous Bridlington Spa honours students, employers and staff for their outstanding achievements.
Travel and Tourism swept the board at the annual East Riding College awards in March. The prestigious ceremony held in the Royal Hall at the famous Bridlington Spa honours students, employers and staff for their outstanding achievements.
8th March 2018 - East Riding College formally admitted into the Chartered Institution for Further Education
The Chartered Institution for Further Education gathered at Apothecaries’ Hall in London on March 8th for their second ceremony. In attendance was the Rt Hon John Hayes CBE MP who was welcomed as an Honorary Fellow of the Chartered Institution for Further Education in 2017. Other attendees included David Sherlock CBE and Sir Geoff Hall who were welcomed as Honorary Fellows this year, and Andrew Wren and Crawford Knott who were also welcomed as Fellows of the Institution.
Travel and Tourism learners were invited to an industry event in February, where they got the chance to meet a range of TIPTO supplier members and benefited from a range of product updates and training. They report back on their experiences...
Students from our Level 3 Engineering programme went to visit Rosti Engineering at their Pickering site. Rosti is a global plastic moulding injection company who manufacture moulded plastics both in the UK and abroad for some of the world's leading brands. Read one student's blog about their visit...
East Riding College welcomed new Principal Mike Welsh in January, following the retirement of Derek Branton after 13 years at the College.
East Riding College came out on top in an independent survey of employers rating their satisfaction with training delivered by colleges. In the FE Choices survey commissioned by the Education and Skills Funding Agency, East Riding College took the top spot in Yorkshire, with an overall satisfaction rating of 97.3%.
East Riding College health and social care tutor Bev Felgate was honoured at the recent Golden Apples Awards in Hull. Bev, who is from Tickton and has been teaching at the College for the last 12 years was a finalist for Inspirational Teacher/Lecturer of the Year. She was nominated by staff and students for her dedication to her students and outstanding performance as both a tutor and mentor.
East Riding College alumnus Anthony Gault, who is now Senior Chef for Hospitality and Banqueting at the University of Hull prepared a banquet for Her Majesty The Queen on her recent visit to Hull.
East Riding College’s enterprise and employability passport has become one of the first to receive the Humber Local Enterprise Partnership’s employability skills kite-mark since the scheme was officially rolled out.
Over 200 students from across the East Riding attended a talk at Parkway Cinema in Beverley by East Riding College alumnus Ben Brown.
Ben is now enjoying a successful career in the film and media industry and works for Industrial Light & Magic (ILM), famous for its work on blockbuster franchises such as Star Wars, Back to the Future and Jurassic Park.
Last week the College welcomed ex-professional footballer Dr. Andrew Brownrigg who delivered an informative seminar on drugs and alcohol addiction.
Students on Foundation courses organised a Hallowe’en themed bake sale this week to raise money for a cause close to their tutor’s heart.
East Riding College has been recognised as one of the country’s leading employers for its support of the Armed Forces, having been honoured at an awards ceremony as part of the Government’s Employer Recognition Scheme (ERS).
Almost 100 graduates were awarded their degrees in the presence of friends and family at the historic Priory Church of St Mary in Bridlington last weekend. Honours were conferred by the University of Hull and the University of Huddersfield to students from across the East Riding.
High-tech Engineering comes to Bridlington
Using funding provided by the York, North Yorkshire and East Riding Enterprise Partnership and equipment generously donated by various suppliers to the industry, East Riding College are opening a new Mechatronics Centre in Bridlington.
The Centre will aid the delivery of specialised engineering courses that meet the demands of the modern engineering industry, where high level skills are in demand. Mechatronics is the branch of engineering that focuses on designing and manufacturing products that have both mechanical and electronic components. It brings robotics into engineering, with a strong emphasis on an interdisciplinary approach and problem-solving skills.
A rare opportunity has arisen to train in a top development kitchen. The apprenticeship vacancy is at premium meat producer Dovecote Park and is a great opportunity for any serious foodies out there who want to learn from the best.
East Riding College’s Sport degree students are to receive discounts on other fitness qualifications.
Everyone agrees it makes good business sense to keep on track with health and safety, but how do you ensure you're doing it right?
East Riding College’s end of year Art, Design and Fashion show was held at Bridlington Contemporary Gallery for the first time this year. It featured impressive work from students across multiple disciplines. The College teamed up with the Gallery to take the students’ end of year show out of the College setting and to give more people in the town a chance to see work created by Bridlington’s talented young artists, graphic designers and fashion designers.